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Health^unlt^isf such,thajt,^he ^rector," fl~ Suggestion'that council participate- ��h a  Dra p/r J., Reynolds - h^a registered^a^ com* detainer- tsharing ^agreement. with-" the^Jte-  piaint-with .council sfi Secheit that it ha*? gitmaT Board for the .-services of-a sojhci-  notv been represented at theV^ast three tor^as, hailed as'��a good idea, Chairman t  meetings.'"*        '/ , i    '  .,,''' \ Bill Swain questioned, cost involved bittv the',  ,   Ask^d^iis^ views on the situation,'health clerk ejcplaine^ that it would come out of  unit representatiYe^Comm. Xauritz, Hansen, ad'mirHstrataoji'for; which council" has ' al-  saiC that< while) meetings .were1 fteld. in ready' contributed. '.' *-'   " "    -"   '  Gibsons, he h&d no objection to attending.        Commenting   on^ tbeJ past.'Mffy ^Pay    t  Howev^* gejjerally 4hey}%st,a very'short -event, /Chairman' Bill ^waih "said he felt    \  time and certainly do not^arr-ant travel- gceat credit was duethe.Liont? Club and ' f  ling to either ?owell River,'or. Squamish. suggested council forward the club^a tehf    [  "I don't: figure*we get enough out of them thanking them for their'efforts,' Alsdlle,tters ' I  and as far as I am concerned will be more of thanks to Mrs.' Ada, Dawe for' her, ��f- ' t  than plea?sed to turn it Over to someone forts'during the stay over of HMS McKen-  else*M he said.v>        $     '"''", ^   - ^ an** to Mr. ahd Mrs. Ben Lang for host-  1 It, is noted.'"that The /Times long ago ing a party for the7 ships' officers and" lo-  gaVe up attending meetings of the health cal residents. -        ro  unit due to the^fact that so little of interest -  Skirted,froft^he,meetings. Further, ori- IT^-.     '.-L^-i  TT**;*-*v-JU*m��  giwl intent was > hold the meetings on V ailCOUVer   U MlarldllS  the Peninsula as a -central location and, in     - * -v %'  -        ' ,-     A -   m      > -  wpik on trail project  AutKorlred^ os second- cfois *  mail tby^  th?' Post" OftltfC  Department, Oitowa.  VSe'rvirifl tHe*Suhsrilrie Coosr/ (Howe Souocl ip^Jen'is Inlet^ inclwcnofl^PorT Melfon/Hppkins Landing* Gramtharr-'fi Loniding, 0ibsons> Roberts Creek/  mt~mimr-mmmm\'*vmiu\m*m,mmm'*'**'** "*���"  ���' ��� iiiVwwl*-*-��T*W| wir<tiiwn��<r��illf^*Wi^*��i'yi 'i   ��� ����������������'��� ���mimm0~M0>mmimmtimm*n^lim>im��,+,.lm*m,mlmmmmmmm��,m,mmmymwmul   u,+*mm���a*���-imp���*�����������.m���in ���.���    r-iwi-iM-Mr-n �����itw���*��ii��jii***ii��i ��� ���*���!����������� im i m ii n-ii-ii ��� ������  Wilson'Crgiek; Splnio Pq^k, Secheit, ��*ialfonoof>.Sgy, Secret Cbve;Pertder   Horboup aModelro Pork, Kleindale,'Iryinffs Londlrlg, Eqrl.Cove,,Egmont.  A A  it  * "lii'*iVK*iit*~       *-  fact, a ^motion at one time called for a  meeting in Secheit wWchv apparently-never  -materialized.  Chairman Bill Swain said he felt the  meeting should be attended, and after due  discussion Comm. Adele de Lange said she  RUBY'JLake Portage trail project' got' underway again when a group from the  Unitarian Church in Vancouver came - out  last   weekend   and  helped   work   on "the  was quite prepared to attend at such times    trail, There was good swimming and boat  Comm., Hansen ���is unavailable.  Employment of an assistant clerk is iiot  as,simple ^s one would, have visualized and  council entered a lengthy debate on the  number of hours involved and how long it  will take the clerk to decide on the capabilities; of his new assistant  Problems arose after council agreed to  accept tbe -services of Mrs.* Phyllis Boyd of  Halfmoon Bay'as the most promising of  five' applicants. 'Comm.' Morgan Thompson  suggested hours* of between 9 a.m. and 1  pCm. "-which would mean the office would  be open.during.the clerk's lunch break.  -  This gained disapproval of clerk-Ted  Raynor who argued that it -could be quit^  some time before a new assistant would be  qualified to run the office alone. Comm.  Thompson fought a lone battle in protesting  that if a person who apparently has qualifications could not be trusted to run the  office alone for one hour, then the question of*such employment is quite pointless.        ,   <  The, clerk reminded council that it was  not yet known whether the new assistant  would prove capable and that it might be  advisable to retain the services of the present part-time help until such time this  has been determined.  Comm. Thompson expressed disgust at  any such suggestion of employing two  assistants, but Mr. Raynor had his way  and it was moved by "Comm. Adele de  Lange that Mrs. Boyd be .employed initially  for two afternoons weekly for-a month during which time the other assistant works  ing and lots of nice sun bathing- in between  times. Everbody thoroughly enjoyed themselves/       <" r *  The trail is just 200 feet short of breaking through to Sakinaw Lake; anyone caring to participate and combine swimming  and picaicing with a little work,' please call:  Dan Carr, phone'886-7459.    - ,   * ��� "  Engineer wains * . ��;  iutsiffe water c��H!tecli��i&  -/ j **-.  sriF  -'/���  * ��**  s.f*  ���WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1W7'  Volume A. No. 28 tQtr"  Golf and Country Club  plans next tournament  SUNSHINE Coast Golf and Country Club -  is   holding   its   second   tournament  on  Sunday, June 25, at the pitch and putt golf  course  of  Mr.  Jules  Mainil,   located on  "Pratt  Road  just  off the   main  highway.  The competition will be 18 holes of medal play���with prizes. The Calloway scoring  system will be used, thus affording every  aplayer.an equal opportunity to win. Starting time is-10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Entry fee of  $1.00 also  permits  further" play  later,  if  desired.  A cordial invitation to participate is extended to anyone interested.  [E��@S council no COItlffO  ACTING as a mediator between residents  of the^ Reid, North and Cemetery road  area and Gibsons Village Council,, the  Regional District Board last week sought  views of council regarding supplying water to residents of that area.    ^'  Comm. Wally Peterson told .council he  had discussed tiie situation with engineering consultant Martin Dayton who had  recommended that any such outside a mains  be held off until the new system,.has been1  completed and proved satisfactory/ Further, it was pointed out that once village  provides outside hook-ups, it has no control and that the line could be easily extended'with no control by council.  .    lt was agreed the letter be* tabled pend-  Senior Citizens meet  e >        i"J -   ���**��� 1,  but picnic cancelled  ^   <   a >    J  PUBLIC meeting of ^fhe Sunshine Coast  Senior Citizens' Housing Society wul be  held as scheduledvon<Thursday, .June 15  at 1:30 p.m. at the Legion. Hall, Secheit  and will be followed by the regular meeting  of the Secheit QAPa ,; ' '" "777T7'  However, the picnic planned^ for'noon  -.a*������*-*  *.   ���:."���*����������� ���"     : z^m^srr^^*'  SIMTERING,the quiet somnolence the Secheit breakwater contract. One .          "-���-,,,.  .. of a Sunday afternoon, two pneu- section of rocklias already beensuc- .                 ,    r .   *  matic  drills  bore  deeply  into "the cessfully blasted and a cat is already PnVloric Profit W^llftllM  -granite rock at Selma Park as Jim working down on the shoreline push- JLlUJJCIia UlCCI^ OUI1UU4 ,  ���-������-"���'-* *���"-- stade-isaxd^rf;;  ROBERTS' Creek'  ���"cH6ol: children' have j  chosen a novel way' to ���collect money *  for    Project    100, " BriS&r'Golumbia"*  Schools' centennial project for helping to  establish educational facilities m^less* fortunate eountries.   -       '^ ,".-',% "  On display in the hall of the -school is  a colorful, picture of the Centennial 'Train, -  to take an imaginary"ride,on the tralnv students place a penny fare onto sticky tape.  During the first week $7.81 was collected  and jm>w students are preparing^ for-a;re-,  t  1  l<:  ' I  \x  -!  Something for everyone . . .  r %r X  New Centennial project  sought for Gibsons area  >  1  5-  ing completion of the new water system. ";.  Another letter from the, regional board^  sought views of council regarding both^.  -councils and tiie board .combining forces in r>  order to employ1 the' services of a solicitor ^  on a retainer basis. It was pointed out that i  intentions' are to find a man with experi-, |  ��nce in municipal affairs who can be con- �� ALTHOUGH the larger' part of the cost  tacted anytime to answer any queries. I of' -the proposed Gibsons Centennial  Each council and the board will-naturally , Swim Pool project has been raised with a  be* responsible for individual expenses in- mere -$6,000 to be realized, a dead-end  curred.        , ��� " appears to have been reached and the "pool  Comm. Peterson said he would like fur- *��� -committee has reluctantly been forced to  ther clarification as to exactly what costs".^ abandon the scheme,  are. involved.* Chairman \��es Hodgson Reporting at the last meeting of Gib-  agreed adding-that he felt the letter could sons Municipal Council, Comm. JFred Fee-  have been written a little differently, at ney stated that with the t��Hapse of the  tiie,same time, he feels,that costs would- pool,   the  committee   will  turn  the  Cen-  be included in what the village has already . ^ennial project over to the-original-com- ~and-4ntends-dredging the area*,  paid toward, administration,     . mittee, basicaUy, village council.  -Request.by tiie Port MeUon Community chairman Wes Hodgson expressed the  Association tor use of a dump lor use in,a���. ^ jtat, ^hat���ver one��s.  Morgan * Thompson of Secheit,  vice-chairman.  --Meeting with sr department engineer to  discuss the application by, Mr. W. Hen- turn trip on the train,  dricksoh for an extension of his foreshore Division 2 students also raised money  lease,- icouncil has indicated, its approval by holding a Dutch lunch, at the time they  providing tiie gap between the proposed were making a .study of Holland,, proceeds  float- extension and the federal harbor together with a donation-amounted to $&00.  area is no less than 75 feet ^      % Grade 7 -students are husy collecting Na-  'Mr. Hendrickson has1 stated he has al- ^ bob coupons in connection 'vn&'their fund-  ready arranged to purchase a,$6,000 float-' raising,project and'witTwelcome any^con-  tributions as ttbejr jrequire' another 4,000.*  -^^^^^^^^W^^^Am  ���/7V\\f^:\Qad,77'  CARRYING approximately,160 per-   cnelti  , sons, YFP,319 was, kept; busy on  Tuesday of last week, ferrying visitors to the destroyer Mackenzie,  making her centennial visit to Sc-  At 7".'p.m.' 600 persons, had  toured the vessel and the people  were still lining the waterfront to  inspect the destroyer before it was  closed to the public at 9 p,m, .  By Doug Wheeler  ARRIVAMn.SochcU.U^MQnday^oUIM^  MacKciwIo   sparked   off   considerable -lathOR Wharf to the destroyer. It. had been  excitement and visitors camo from njahy hoped to utilize a float brought In from  polnta Qf'tho 1 Peninsula |o view tho d> Halfmoon.   Bayifpr, this  purpose   but  it  fltrqyor-cscprl., On view to tho public, Tucn- proved Impractical with tho result thijt Mr.  day afternoon, it Is estimated that more 'Art -James, again kindly permitted use of  than 1,000 toured tho vessel.         ���;..��� hta whanf.  Early' vlsllors  aboard on '.Monday. In- - Crbdlt als6 goes out to"Mr,' and Mrs.  eluded 110 locfll school chlldron who;apart BanLalj'g who so Rchcrously made their  frorhia conducted tour, of ,tho ship, oycro, ^  entertained with holdog�� and ico crcum by qomlnltlco in order to entertain tho ship's  officer;-, and crow, At night a small party  ���tviiRiheld nho'urd and 'attended mftlnfy;f)y  ccntcnnlAl conjmlttco members and vll-  lauo com,mlfl��lon��*,n< 'Thin was hosted by  tho -officers \vho excelled .themselves., ,ns  coutlcrs of goodwill and, without exception, overyono Involved loft., tho vessel  With, a fcollnR of groat respect fo^v ^ho  .crcw-fof-HMCS.aMack,cnzlO..  ofjEicp^s on thqli; ipjit night ashore.'  I.,, Prior to coming to Socholt, tlio Mac*  koiVtlo had visited Chomalnun, Vaneouyor  Island whoro |t had been greeted by tho  Cooper Island Indian School Band,' This  band had won tho Centennial Band con-  tcst'lhorohy qualifying the, members to'a,  trip to* Kxpo, Unfortunately they wore ex*  A   . ... ���   ., .,   ...   ���,���,. nf BMnn    pqc,tcd-to pnytthelr-own A^ny'and'hnvc to  250,nic^, old-time a^  covered ftnd rc,n��lvncL f"��l m5i��'X j Is' wo Ihy oft-note thai, $50 wna dona led  probably, |hn two ^J.WJJW by Ihb crew of MackomJo fronv the canlocp  .3^a&!&^ .arojicld for .chodUWo. pur*.  POHCH.   . I  '   -i '��������������    rt        , *- > .'.  ' Whlln n ball team frftm tho ship was  nblo to cohjuro up many and varied reasons for loslnfl out during.a friendly Kamo  with Socholt Chjefs, at Ilackolt Park, tho  itnio facts oj tho (situation would appear to  bo a fiticsWon of being sorrmwhnt out of  condition following, a recent trip !���> Iho  Caribbean" and  Lulln America,   However,  was anie ir^fop~in*���on"hlrpal*cnt.frrMr.  anrt/'MrnrYlc .fYanake-of- Davis-Hay .and  Lending ^amiin Hog1 Douglas of Madeira  Park'who had a happy reunion with his  family,'-."' ��� ���-���  --^.',-������������......... ~���...,..  Of Iho various centennial * acllvlUoK  which havo so far taken place In tho area,  thorp In Httlo doubt tho visit ty Mndwty  Ida waa tho most ��pectacular In that it  croated tho. greatest general  Interest,   A ,. ,     ,  fireworks  display, from   Iho   vessel   was    Ihls defeat, was later avenged when <he-  vifev��cd��b^httivl^dMfom^.^ r,   ,      ....        ,-.���-,  ��nd��othcrwvanla^L.polnta,aiid.rttirti.Rjhe.���Jeam at^ioflhnl^ to   pwecp-i  wi h j��lan  open house to tlio public, the naval harlw   denlujly, Is "Can do,M lftilducaplni! or Ihr, cwfo nllo.  " ��� ������"���'i-1   :- ' "'%,' '  '  **  from, the. Regional Board .offering to. pay  council the sum of $?0 for use of its dump  for this purpose.  ��� \Council .rejected .the offer of $20 and  unanimously agreed that if a group was  willing enough; to carry out such a campaign, council for its part would-be happy  to allow free t use of the village dump.  Following a request for a donation by  the July 1 committee, Comm. Fred Feeney  told council he had been to a recept meeting at which it bad been suggested the  annual event be dropped back due to lack  of interest and support. However, a group  was finally formed for this year and the  Kiwanis have indicated they will undertake  tho project next year.  Question of a donation revealed council  has   previously   donated   $50   but   it  wast  agreed this be increased this year to $100.'  Appearing on behalf of the chamber of  coinmcrcq, Mrs, K, Butler presented plans  and an artists  impression of a  proposed  sign to be erected at Langdale. This will  include a map of the aroa together wilh  legend and names of businesses contributing to thp cost. A' parking area will  bo  . provided, ''  Council expressed approval of tho pro-  Jcot and at the, request of Mrs. Butler  agreed to a donation of $25.00.  Proposal' to move a smal| house of 400  ' sq. 'feet to a lot in the vicinity of the old  dental centre in Gibsons has been turned  over  to', tho  building   commissioner,   Jim  Drummond, for further consideration.  Comm. Peterson ��ald he was familiar  'with tho typo, of home and feels they are  not too good in that little can bo done to'  ,lmprovo them, Clark Dave Johnson said  ho understood the .ago of the house was  compattlblo with other homes in tho proposed location aroa. ���  ���Comm, Fccncy ' agreed with Comm.  Peterson and suggested residents In tho  area- -should- bo--asked -their -views, - As ���������  stated, it \yas moved Ihp matter bo re*  ���fcrrcd to Comm, Drummond for consideration,  Sewer conduction  by-law plans sought  MOUNTING need for' a sewer system In  the vlllngo of Gibsons culminated last  week with a decision, by council to start  preliminary measure to introduce a hower  construction by-law.  Firm of Dayton and Knight, consulting  engineers, wll bo asked.to prepare plans  for such a project,  Problems aroso some months ago when  the Pollution Control Board' warned of recess pollution In the bay resulting from  Illicit connections to,tho school sower down  iSchool Road. Bouncing ��� back and fore of  responsibility botwech counrll and school  board.terminated, with dccl&lon hy.Board  Trustees staling a numher of private i*c\\\  or connections would be cut off by July,'  This,, apparently, Includes tho apartment  block on School Road.  Council has also agreed lo go ahead  with planning and landscaping of tho prop,  orty around tho Municipal Hnll and Hcallh  Centre Although Ihe firm of Justice and  Webb, I-andacapo Architects havo submit*  tod a proposal.lt \vaN agreed lo engago  lho services of H. Alan Dcillan, Consulting  nlng   and  ried out *Dy"7Qie  committee."/'They  raised   $16,000   but   still'.need'; a   further  $6,000/' he added.  jComm. Feeney said he had attended a  meeting of the1 volunteer firemen and  general ^ opinion ruled ��� that support' be  dropped. Comm. Ken Goddard -said' his  phone had rung incessantly and all callers  had indicated disfavor'bf the' project. "It  seems there are very few people who favored, it,'�� he 'said.  On the question of suggestions for a new  project, Comm. Wally Peterson' advised1  ���that whatever might be decided upon it  should be something of benefit to all  ages. ' ' ' 1  Comm. Goddard reported that'the committee feels that as donations were specifically, for a pool, they will return them all  at the end of June.  There is some hope for improvement of  the municipal beach park area, Comm.  Ken Goddard said he has hoard of a number of fibreglass tank typo' floats which  ho understands are available at reasonable  price. He said he is still investigating .and  has hoped that something might yet ��� be  organized for the swim aroa.  Reporting on tho new water system,  nearing completion, Comm. Peterson said  indications arc good, the dam seems to bo  holding up very well and power should  shortly bo hooked up permitting testing of  tho pumps.  Commenting on tho  alrbort,  the  commissioner said there arc now no tenants  1 in.the caretaker's building ahd while such  .matters will \>e up to tho airport committee it is his suggestion that tho building bo  rented   tho   Aero   Club   at $5.00  monthly.  ' Members could then look after the building.  --*���=-���  ANOTHER   substantial'  business  block is occasion to inspect the1 Hackett-Pirfcr build-1 .  scheduled for Secheit and .although-, no ing and had noticed the 'toiletiarea has not  building permit has yet been applied for,' been painted.."I understand the healfh'ih-  plans of the. building were , submitted to spector,has said this has^to'.be-done .and  council last week for consideration.. that', the, painting (was supposed t to'1 haW  To be constructed for, Mrs. C. Crucil, bcen done/recently,?.' he;'added.',: ��� **;.;;,; '(^s  the block will be 55*jE75' and will comprise        Comm. Thompson said he ^understands*  a store, office space and four suites up the painter recently employed to paimVthe  ���above. Location is right next"to* Secheit building claims'his contract" vVasTonry^r,  Laundramat.  Main floor will bo of eon- the exterior. Comm 1 Clarke said he thought  crete,block and the upper floor ranch, wall, the inside, was included put would'^check  *��i'.,p.     '_*  '���-���iii.t!"   :  Clerk Ted Raynor explained that there  has been no actual application for permit,  neither is there any indication, that both  floors will be constructed together. Council queried one or two,points but approved  the building in principle.  Another proposed building has. posed a  few problems in that it is to be a machine  shop with living accommodation above.  The area in question is presently zoned  commercial but a machine shop is classified as industrial.  ��� The applicant, Mr.. C- McDermid .stated  the lot would'be neatly fenced in and that  ithore was no intention of it being used as  a storage yard for broken down equipment.  Comm,'Ray'Clarke said hc felt council  should go along with the proposal and, in  fact, give consideration to extending tho  Industrial area.  After, further deliberation, council moved a committee comprising Commissioners  Chairman Wes Hodgson announced that Clarke and Thompson look Into tlio sltua  Comm,*'Peterson has been appointed chair- tion and report back at the next meeting,  man of the Airport Committeo and Comm.        Chairman Bill Swain stated he had had  the contract which he has:at home'.i  .   The clerk said it was generally understood the -contract was 'to include the inside also. Comm. Thompson added 'that he  thought  the  inside  painting,should.have ,  been completed the first time. >      '   ���,,     ,  Chairman Swain reported that a \ member of Secheit Garden Club had discussed'  with him possibilities of a.garden area at  Hackett Park as a .centennial project.  However the chairman bad suggested .such  a project around the municipal,offIcVmight  be of greater benefit and this, was approved  by tho garden club member. ��� ,  Three acres of land are under .consideration by the Senior Citizens' Homes  Committee in the Hackett Park area as a  site for tho homes project, "Present ow;h*>"  ers aro prepared to extend Hackett Street  as part of the subdividing requirements  and council's approval was given a requost  for such extension. , .      '   ,    i  Comjm,, Lauritz Hansen said ho i$ on the  committee and ho understands intentions  aro to proceed with tho project as soon as  possible,  V  i'i-  11  '! J  I  '  t   '   \  I'i'  !.  ?7x.  ���****' **** ktM~  \'7S '  a  . ^   a  la ^ f a *t     ��  (1/     '    '  I      ,,   ,*  /  t Job's Daughters  INSTALLATION of Job's Daughters ncr,  Hctliinc  Queen Kathy' Morn*. Icy, Darlene Uiwson, Jill Cobleigh,  for tho ensuing six months took son,  Honored Queen Marilyn Hop*. YVUrrm tyanclelkau, Elaine MacKon-  plnco nt Roborts Crook, lost Sntur** kins, Junior Princess Deborah Dock- rio, CHcny?* Muc^cjQd, Wendy Wqey,  day.   Front   row,. Marshall   Pam uni\, Guirlo  Cniirly*flKPh0fIran ahrl* Patix David, Nancy JVlueilcfl Scroll"  'BoycB,* Senior" rrlncoiis Carol Fort.1V- 'Fay:"Ilcld." Back IwsrKaren SUn-   Lawson and Janus' FwUethmkltf. <."  w  I V ,W  i ���  1!'!"?' ',  'lW'  1-  >(��� ,r: ���  ml7i  **Vi^ ^#4lW^8')f'^*ilH*!��wwwi  1  I;' <  V*'  11.1  ' 1  ���'  1  , 1 * , . �� ��. n  i.> < 1 ,. d, i.t 1 v 1 1  �� * -.^.l*.,**,*. ,,** % v.*,* I  ���'- '-"ii^ti0fit^r' 1'Ai'.'!" ��� ���I  \  s.:  1 <,  ��  ��� ��� ; t V  'f  .....  ^^V7xryV^iPm^  hi*.  Hi;?,*".':  i  PageA-2 the Peninsula Times, Wednesday, June 14, 1967  V,BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB.B���BBBB,BBB..B...  Sechelf-Phpne 885-96S4  REAL  ESTATE  (cont'd) BOAT & ENGINES ($0|*'d)    FOR S��LE (Continued)  S   m    -n C7. Secheit - Phone 885-9654  J   ThePeMIMSULAY^^   Gibsons-Phone 886*;251S  Classified  *000000000000.000000000000M00m0M*M'<rm*0000mB0000j,B0000000000000000\  GE USED fridge $49.95; lawn  mower $14.9��* Hooker Vacuum Cleaner, almost,' new  $24 95; want trade-in] while  trade-in allowances are^highest,  _r   ���    __ .,_-_   _T- , ,,    Parker's    Hardware/   Secheit.  approx. 1 acre. Fireplace, good    14 FT. ARO-line heayy  gauge    phone 885-2171. ���       499-tfn,  WATERFRONT     property     at  HAlfmocn Bay. Phone S85-9330  or 885-9796. ' 330-tfn  REDROOFFS ��� 300   ft.   from  beach.  3  bedroom nqme   op  14* 6" FIBREGLASS bqat. Con-'  vertible canvas top with- 18  h.p. Johnson and canvas- boat  cover. Good condition. $575  cash. Phone 883*2624.        515-30  'Profile  .-�� ��� _��� t  ***>\  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Times Ltd.,  3t Secheit, B.C.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Bnefs (15 \yords)  One Insertion        50c  Three   Insertions      $100  Extra lines (5 words)  10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial, Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers > ... 10c extra  25- Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by publication date. i  Legal  or   Redder  advertising 25c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  COMING EVENTS  STRAWBERRY tea and sale of  homecooking. Friday, June  23, 2-4 p.m. St. Aidan's Church  Hall, Roberts Creek. Sponsored  by Mothers' Auxiliary, 1st Roberts Creek Scouts and Cubs.  493-28  ANNOUNCEMENT  FOR membership of explosive  requirements, contact Wiljo  Wiren, selling agent, Howe  Sound Farmers' Institute, Reidv  Road, Gibsons; 886-2014. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric or regular caps,  prima cord. etc. 9172-tfn  ENGAGEMENTS  MRS. Walter Marrison announces the engagement-..of ..her-,  daughter Kathryn to Mr. James  Dunn, son of the late Mr. and  Mrs^Jack Dunn of Vancouver.  The wedding will take place at  '4:30 p.m., July 15 in Gibsons  United Church. 393-28  Wedding Announcements  MR.  AND  MRS.   Solomon  Joe  wish to announce the forth-  cp&iing wedding of their eldest  son> S^6mpn Thomas Bernard  .'TJoefto:Viola Genevieve Thomp-  '''"%n^''d'augntw''of::'3!^;"''and' Mrs.  Henry  Thompson   of  Deroche,  B.cC Wedding at _6:30 p.m. Satr  uriday"'1June~''^/'"M67" at   St.  Mary's    Residential,     Mission  City, B.Cr; Reception at Deroche  ,- Hall atjfc30-.p;in.   '--" ^'495-28  '    ~ ' iv' a--      ' *-*'l '      i V '    "   '' ��,   ���     .*    I  PERSONAL  FOR complete information on  Marine," Industrial arid Liability1 ipsurance: ' Claims and  Adustmints, contact Captain  W. y.' Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  886-9546 and ��� 885-9425.        489-tfn  DAILY    return    ride    needed  from Secheit to arrive in Gibsons by. 8:30 a.m.  Phone 885-  2122,. ',.    ., 394-28  , p?tsj v ���   ~~~   r  **���'  HOMES wanted for 3 year old  -speyipd fernale Border Collie,  also baby kittens. 885-2181.  487-28  NASEEMS SAMAL, standing at  stud, beautiful registered  half-Arabian stallion. Bred by  reserve champion Rigala's Na-  soem, 885-2003. 513-tfn  WORK WANTED (cont'd)  YOUNG  reliable  woman  seeking   housework,   baby-sitting,  etc. Full-time. Prefer living in.  Phone 885-9566. 1018-29  LARGE  machine available for  heavy   clearing   or   grading.  Terms    available.    Call    Fred  Schroeder 885-9690. 58-tfn  FOR RENT  NEW suitesj furnished br unfurnished. One bedroom,  bathroom, combination kitchen,  ��� living room. All electric new  stove and fridge. Phone 885*  9333 after 5 p.m. 8792-tfn  HALL for  rent,  Wilson   Creek  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 885-9542. 9167^n  NEW deluxS apartment, 2 bed-  " rooms, laundry facility, - $110  per month, also small office,  $38 per month, heat and light  included. 'Whitaker Block, Davis Bay. Phone 885-2280;   250-tfn  FURNISHED summer cottage;  near wharf on beach at Davis  Bay. Oil range, fridge, sho.wer.  Lots of beds. $50 week. Phone  885-2280. 1021-28  REAL ESTATE  REDROOFFS���Modern 4 bedroom home on 2 lots, close to  beach and safe boat anchorage.  Living room, 28x15; fireplace.  Bright cab. kitchen; rec. room,  A-oil heat, dble carport. Lovely  landscaped yard with patio.  Sale by owner, phone evenings  885-9782 or write Box 470 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 381, Se-  -cheltrB;G^--4.---.:^->i>469-tfn-!'i  DAVIS   BAY���Sale   of    sales!  Stucco duplex in choice residential   area.   Nice   lot   with  beautiful view.  $21,000.  ,SECHELT-tt3 bedroom homeon...  4  acres  on  old   School   Road.  New furnace, fireplace. A real  nice home. $12,500.  VIEW LOTS IN DAVIS BAY���  One    all    cleared.    Terrific  view. Call���  Charlie King-rr885-2066  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  -       1010-24  THE SUN SHINES ON  :.,West/Secheit..  lSfew 1600* of luxurious living.  Carpets, hardwood floors, fire-  , place, 18x30*living room. Panoramic view of Gulf and Trail  ' Islands. 100' waterfront, double  carport. To see is to buy. Asking $27,600. Offers, good terms.  New on   view  lot,  2 bedroom  cottage, electric heat, hardwood  floor   in   living   room.   Good  , terms on $12,900. .'..',,,.  3 bedroom 'home on highway.  Nice,yiew, $12,8qo., ,, ������.,'..������.',,,,,;���,,���  (.4 bedroom, basement, ground  level., entry. Rental bungalow  on 2 acres. Pble plumbing, Rec,  room. $3fr;000, ',  FOUND  FISHING   rod' and  reel  found  at Ruby  Lake.  Owner   may  claim for payment of this ad.  885*2057 evenings. , 490-28  HELP WANTED  i'W* ^J^-t*^Mj*��*s'n(>��4*-a��  REQUIRE reliable pensioner  ' fore caretaker of cottage re*  sprton Thormanby island. Winterized cottage provided for  permancn! occupancy, Write to  Chairman of Trustees, i603,Co-  dar-Crescont,"-VancouverrB;C,  494*29  WQRt^ WANTED  t  EXPEljlENCKO Chim hoy  , plcaner ��� caves cleaned,  troughs cleaned and repaired.  -Painting, gardening, Janitor  service. ^ce estimates. Phone  885*2191. .     ,      ,:,   517-tfn  j0m��m<mmmmBm*mM0mwv ������..mi* ��i.*--|ii.����,.iiii--*..i m ���...,. ���i�����, m,, ���,���,���'  ANY typM of work by lho hour.  Will bubyslt, AlsorwiH do ja-  n|tor worH. Fh, 880*2989 or 880*  , 087a. , ', 392-tfn  . ,.���,,.-���... ... , ..,,..���,.,.,. ,,.,.,  _ . t.. _ l t iiili..ii [IM|  EXPERIENCED chimney clca-  nor---*eavc8   cleaned,   trougl.H  .fl^njM andJ-opalrcd, Painting,  **gi)rdcnlng, janitor service. Free  estimates   Plione 8B5-2101.  ������ ���' y   ���;     -"    ' KMfn  $5 00 WO MORE, no less. Bow*  j.�������.^��a��w,**��.a,w...iog.'jnocbitift., specialist. (new,  local resident) will repair nnd  woverhaul       your *    machine.  Guaranteed satisfaction. Ad-  .uVlt^'f-fl Ittficlimonts, anlca and  iery)cp��. etc, etc, This price in*  -#1u^b   prompt  collection   and  delivery,  Phono day or nlfiht  ' 880*7005,   "  '     '     ' 385*29  I I,  i *m*-f*|it��Ca*vii*'W*i  ..."��a"*rH*  'ft   tM(fe*lf-#f^-*1*iW!l-r  i'l M  ,1"  ',  I ���      i '  *   *   (    J>  yxu  *        U         I    >      9    ���  Secheit  Very; very smart 3 bedroom  home on fenced double lot.  Fireplace arid', carpets. Patio  and,. shrubbed .privacy.. $1*1 ;950.  Retirement cottage on, large  fenced garden lot. $6,350.,  Lots, 2 blocks from shopping  centre. $2,000.  Secheit: Last two 5 acre lots.   ,  $1200.  Rustic Lodge on 1.45 acres. 1   ,  bedrooms,; 18x22 dining room,  lounge    with''fireplace,    staff  room^. JWountaln view, privacy,  landscaped  grounds. Two  cottages; double garage, Could be: ;  'lodge,    boarding    house;   rest ,  homo, OR exclusive club. Ask*  Ing  $25,000,;'        >  Selma .Park: Now subdivision,  view lots, One left, $2,500,  Dayls Bay���l yr, pld spacious  3 bedroom split level with view.  Rich W-W carpet through 17x20  living room and 10x11 dining  room. Electric locating, dble,  plumbing and many other expensive features, Well priced  with $5,000 down. ,  Immaculato 3 bc^rboiv. op cor*  per lot. Dandy View and ono  block to beach,, 1 black lo schopl  and 2 blocks to shopping, Very  good at' $10,500 with $4,500.  down,".',;;"..; "'./  View lot $2,500.  Sargoant' Bay,   3   W.K.   loin',  $3900, $4000,..,$4950._   Acreage,    10    acres,    livable  house, $5,500.  40 acres, Hgwy fronlaflo, crcck,  $10,000  15 acnes" llgwyfrontago, crcck.  - $7,500;- ���- v '��� - -  W.F. lot Bronwlng Rd., $8,000.  W.F. lot Selma Parkj $5,(100.  LOTS  OF  l/m  PftOM  $550.  Many to choose from.  885-9392  water system. F.P. $11,000 with  $6,500 down, balance at $50 per  month at 5 percent. Phone 885-  9576 or write Box 508 c-o Peninsula Times, Box 381, Secheit,  B.C. 508-tfn  GIBSONS ��� 2 bedroom home  with rumpus and laundry  room. Close to schools, ocean  view. $11,500 ful price. Phone  886-7058. 1019-3la  LEVEL   serviced   lot,   SS'xllO*  Gibsons   area.   $1,300.   Phone.  886-7793. 482-tfn  2 ACRES for sale, Francis Peninsula, Pender Harbour, 883-  2213. 485-28  TO PURCHASE or sell property in the Secheit area, our  ex p e rieneed representative  Charley King, will be pleased  to - help you. Phone 885-2066.  Chas. English Ltd. Real Est .  and Insurance, Gibsons, B.C.  '-���'-'-7""^-"""-'"/ '���'���    3i4-tfn'  EWART McMYNN     ,  REALTY & INSURANCE  Box 238 .  Phone 886-2166  Gibsons,  B.C.  Gibsons Area: Attractive semi-  waterfront home, view, quiet  beach within fifty yards. Fireplace in large living rm., big  bedroom, view kitchen-dining,  utility and carport. Storage. El-  heat, carport. Bargain at $9,000  with good terms.  120 ft. waterfront with unexcelled view in Pender area, with  7}h acres to divide. One paved  road, $4,500.     '      ...  Excellent   property,   2.7   acres  view land, approx. 270 feet rd.  front,   just  feet  from   sea,   in  : Ane"area:"'S5i000 full price.  Business listings and Revenue  properties. Details available.  Do   Wortman   886-2393  Jack Warn 886-2681  .........._,., ,. .., ,. ., ...J97-28   SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty  &  Insurance  Box 155 Secheit,   B.C.  Phone: Office. 885-2161  See our listing under the date  pad.  ��� 217-tfn  MADEIRA PARK: Over 5  acres with 1200' shore. Terrific  buy at $12,500. Terms available.  SELMA PARK: Attractive 2  Br. view home features* indirect  lighting and unusual decor, full  length windows in living room  take full advantage of panoramic view. Garage and storage.  A. Oil heat. Only $15,000, ,������  GIBSONS: Attractive 5 yr. old  4 Brm. home on view lot. Spa- '  cious living room open to dining area, ste'psaver cab. kit-  ,', cbehy fpll concrete bsmt, offer  laundry facilities, Ample ' storage, A, Oil 'furnace and separate garage���Terms on $18,- !  000. /v  CITY COMFORTS IN THE  COUNTRY! Over one ac., Vfi  under cultivation,. Immaculate  2 bdrm, home bas spacious liv-  ing room, kitchen has bright  dining area���Garage and ^ork  shop! Garden all In���Priced to'  sell at $12,000.  RETIREMENT' SPECIAL.  Just  2 level  blocks from shopping,  etc., cozy 4 rooms. Vi basement,,  Lovely grounds, > $9500, on low  ���down payment.  aluminum boat with windshield, steering whe,el & engine,  controls and 18 hp Evinrude  motor. Phone 885-2122.     471-28  FOR   SALE���  15  ft.   runabout  USED power saws' for sale. All  makes and sizes. Chain Saw,  Centre, Secheit, 885-9626,  ,     . $966-tfn,  M    i        .    ���-���  ��� . ��� ii������������������   ���       ���.'���������I-* ������'������*��� ���-.---���>  mm  fibreglass boat, 40 hp electric    NAILS $12, 100* lbs. Vinyl A$--  start Johnson outboard motor,  trailer, full price $750. Phone  886-2363. 478-28  TRAILERS  NEAR new -Scotty trailer.  Sleeps 3. Propane stove, -3  light .'-system, ice box, ample  storage. 975 lbs. total weight.  Phone  P. 'Smith,  885-9565.  448-tfn  (CARS and TRUCKS  EXCELLENT transportation,  1953 Austin A40 4 door sedan.  Low mileage on rebuilt motor,  economical, reliable, $150. 885-  9654. 407-tfn  gravel  truck  524-29  1960   MERC.   600  $600.  885:9704.  FOR    sale  Mustang.  1966  White VS, 3 spd.feradio^ white  walls,    extra    chrome/   9,000  miles.   Like' new.   Phone  2121.  885-  512-28  195Si  VA^J^LJa'slatioh wagon for sale. Phone P. Jorgen-  sen, 885-2139.  467-28  1959.YAUXHALL station wagott"  with heater.  Excellent transportation,    $350    cash.    Phone  885-9654. 492-tfn  1965  SUNBEAM   Alpine,   28",000  miles. For sale July 1st, pa��h  $l,90b.   Apply   Dr.   Mylchreest,  Gibsons. Phone 886-2221.  477-30  1959 CADILLAC���excellent condition. All power���brakes,  seats, windows, antenna, etc.,  (all appointments). New tires.  Sacrifice at $1400. 886-7779 evenings. -- 498-30  WAWED TO BUY  ONE   Metronome  Phone 885-2292.  for  music.  516-29  DESK for  student.  Phone 885-  2087. 488-28  FOR SALE  WRECKING '57 Dodge (2 door),  " '55 Dodge (4 door,). Also automatic' pu'sh.-buttori^'';racli6,''''''';12'  volts.  Phone 886-2512.      391-tfn  GOOD   local  Ladner  hay  for  sale,  $1  per  bale delivered.  Phone 946-6,568.        >      9046-tfn  IF   IT'-S   suits���it's   Morgans, .'  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn.  SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy--  Read     Typewriter.     Almost  new. Cost over $300. Now $175.  Phone ,885-9654;    .. 1017-tfn  OIL STOVE--��� Good condition,  a Office   885-2190.        "'     501-28  K. BUTLER REALTY  '     & INSURANCE  Gibsons, ��� 88C-2000  Tho Progressive Realtor  522-27  'pSORTS'" ���-.'���' ,      '���/  MOBILE. Homo Park, also trailers   and   camping,   with  or  without   hook-up.   Washrooms,  Jiot����8howcr8,��.all.��nlccly��land:a��,  scaped, lawn and blacktop, approx.   10   acres,   Trails    and  stream,   3   minutes   walk   to  beach at Davis Bay, also modern housekeeping units, Horse-  shoo pitch', putting tfrcen, checker board. Pally, weekly and  monthly rates, pig Maple Motel  -and Trailer -Park. J'hono  885*  9513, '....,..,..   ,'    430-tfn  ��� 1 ;���*������ '���;���r  CAMPERS, trnllcrltOH ��� Wako  up by (ho sea In.our lovely  camp ground. Hot Hhowors;  etc., also 7 modern units, facing tho wntor," Dally br weekly���  ratcB. Boat, swim, fish or just  loaf at. Mission Point Motel,  phone 9&ii'VW&rM~^'m*^W'tiyi"  BUILDING SUPPLIES  |*,.��������� .������,|.-,.>l,.l.���|-...,l -II.HBm.II-.H! ������...������������|lMIIMI--��-.l��.Wl.*��l|^-.*-a*.-��l��..��..��*l*  GIBSONS    Building    Supplies  Ltd. * 8S0-26*l2rGlbson-frB.C. ���  Quality Ready-mixed concrete.  Scrying the area for 20 yoara.  POUn  1954 TO HA Cat, 885-2094.  463-28  No. 265 PROPANE tank in ex-  cellent condition. Holds 200  galls, propane., Half regular  price or offers. Ph. 521-3947 or  write E. Duff 135 Harvey St.,  New yyestmirister. 491-20   ymm.i ..' i���|"������"��� ������-' '������' ���^������'-^���-������������'���i*--* ���������.Mi  ELECTRIC range with garbage  bage burner. Reasonable, Ph,  885*2460., 481*28  OIL stove and 120 Bass Italian  piano acqordion. 885*2163.  ,      ' 483*30  r ;. i        -,i - I,1 ���' - ���    ��� ���  MANGLE     (electric     ironcr),  Northern Electric, good con-  dltion, $35. 885-0332. 480*30  PORTABLE electric sowing  ' mnchipc, excellent condition,  $30. 885-9054. ,    ,     484-tfn  CAMPER, lZ'xnv. Fits direct"  1 ly on long base pick-up chas*  V sis,  885*9458. 480*30  EVK^YTin^q  ...  you ncell  Glbfions,   880*9000. 490*28,  USED  Boatty  Washer  $14,95;  Easy Spin Dryer $19.95, Used  Electric >,  Range,    3   clemonts  1 working $29,05. Parker's HaTd-  bestos tiles, '9x9f lOp each;  12.\12, 15c each; 9x9 cork.tiles, ���  9c each. Remnants', Inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior p^int or inatte  finish $3.95, reg. $9.95., Shake  paint, $3.95, reg. $7.95.' Interior paint, $3.00 and $4.95 per  gallon. Large stock of used  vacuum cleaners, A-l sbape,  $19.95 and up. 1965 9Vis Johnson outhoard, like new, $195.00.  Benner Bros. Furniture and  Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.  *     -    * 124-14  SILVER Skagit Shake & Shingle. Local sales:  Phone 886��  9697 or 886-2097. '     466-tfn  WOOD    stove,    $30;    car    top  sleeper and carrier, $30. Ph.  885-2088. 1020-28  SMAJJL stand of cedar trees,  near Madeira Park for sale.  Phone  255-1828  collect.     464-28  Around Gibsons  DURING a period between May 22 and May  31, entertainments were held by hospital auxiliary members, when guests were  charged 50c and proceeds given to Gibsons  Branch of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary.  Mrs. J. A Hope, Granthams; Mrs. D.  Fyles, Hopkinsj had evening card parties.  Mrs. E Inglis entertained at an afternoon  tea at her home. Mrs. Lorne Mason entertained ex-telephone operators. Mrs. _H.  Smith was a tea hostess. Mrs. J. MarshaR  had a cnbbage party. Mrs. G, Whiting  and Mrs. W. Davis held evening bridge  parties. Mrs. H. Inglis an afternoon bridge  party. Mrs. A. Vanderhorn entertained at  a wine anl cheese social evening. Prize for  bridge was won by Mrs. F. A. Jones. $5.00  attendance prize can be claimed by holder of ticket No. 701650. Over 100 people  participated.  Next meeting of the Women's Institute  te form of a pot luck luncheon  Cottage on June 20 when guest  of the district board will  to members on various  the work.  Alf Clarke bas returned after  spending two weeks at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. Clifford Clarke in Vancouver  who are happy over the birtb of a baby  daughter, Kathy Christine on May 31.  Carl and Carol Gustafson from Vancouver visiting at the Gustafspn Sr. home before going on a two-month trip to Eastern  Canada, they plan to see Expo 67.  Mrs. Rita Sutton, ��en< John Andrew }and  daughter Tina have moved to* yancouver.  Friend of A. R. Winegardens from  California is Mr. Russell- McClatchie who  is now vacationing at their 'summer home  at Redrooffs,  Mrs. Jean Wyngaert bas returned from  Kelowna where she visited her sister Mrs,  Ariene Block and attended the funeral of  "her beloved mother Mrs. August Lehmann.  Ten were present at the home of Mrs,  Diana Brackett, Wednesday afternoon  ."when'.the' Women's, Missionary Council of  the Pentacostal Church met,' Two new  members were welcomed when the Mis-.  ' sibnottes group gathered on Friday eyen-  ' ing" under the leadership of Mrs. B. J.  Wisken.  '',, Visiting at the Ron Brackett home recently was Mr. Brackett's father1 from  Galiano Island. .  , Guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Dyer  are the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.  O'Brien from Winnipeg.  - ���-by Mary Tinkley  AT THE age of 93, M,r. FredT Kirkbam. pf  Gibsons plays bridge and' is" extremely  interested in all forms of sport. He w&s, at  one time vice-president of the Bur/ard  Cricket Club- He enjoys exceUentLJiealtb.  and never had an illness necessitating' a  stay m hospital until he was 78. During a  recent illness of his wife, he took over the  family baking and has proved -himself a  most successful cook.  Born at Market Drayton, ,Shropshire,  England, he was one of a fainily oJ^ 1Q  children. His' family emigrated to Canada  in 1888 under the Commercial Colonization  Plan and homesteaded at Saltcoats, Sask.1  At that time, the town of Yorkton was nqt  in existence and the terminus of the nail-  road was Langenburg. The TCirkhani family  used an ox team and wagon to transport  themselves ancl their supplies the 30 miles  between Langenburg and Saltcoats.1 They  lived under canvas- for the first summer  while they built a log cabin and during that  first year broke five acres of land. Young  "Fred had to walk four miles each way to  get the family's mail.  Before the turn of the century, Fred  Kirkham left the homestead to seek, his  fortune. He managed a general store and  later worked as a commercial traveller  for McCormick's biscuits. He was at Fer-  nie, B.C. at the time of the Frank slide  which wiped out the town.  In 1909, he came west to Vancouver. At  that time 4th Avenue formed the outskirts  of the town and Shaughnessy was not yet  inexistence. There was only a temporary  bridge where the first Granville bridge  was built the following year.  He first worked for Webster Bros., an  old-established grocery business on Gran-  viUe Street. * Pew of the-' customers had  telephones m those days and the duties of  the store clerk included calling-on the ���customers with a horse and rig to collect their  orders which would be delivered the following day. He then took over the management of the Kirkham Groceteria which had  been established by one of his brothers and  he held this position until the business was  sold to Safeway in 1929- For the next two  years, he lived in Edmonton, but returning  to Vancouver, went into partnership and  started the Sterling Food markets which  he operated for the next few years.  Mrs. Florence Kirkham was born in  Chigwell, Essex, England and came with  her family to Canada in 1910. They settled  in Collingwood, Ontario, where her father,  William Smith, a former member of the  Metropolitan Police Force in London,  joined the Collingwood police. He later  worked for the CPR and was' transferred  to Winnipeg and then to Vancouver.  There, Florence Smith worked as a telephone operator and became chief Vancouver operator She left this position in  1932 to marry Fred Kirkham, but returned  X'   i1 fred Kirkham, \   "    ,  to i work during the war years.  , When IVIr. Kirkham retired in 1952 at,  the age of 78, be and his wife settled in  Reid Road, Gibsons, where Mrs. Kirk-  ham's parents had been operating a ranch  since 1917. -Mr. Smith was one of the first  police in, Gibsons and imported tne first  Jersey Cow.  Mr. and Mrs. Kirkham are members  pf the Anglican Church in Gibsons and  Mrs- Kirkham is an active worker for the  WA. She worked for a time in the Gibsons  telephone office.  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bfdg., Seehelt - Phone 885-2333  TUESDAY���11 00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  SATURDAYS���3-30 p m. to 7 00 p m.  THURSDAYS���11:00 o.m. to 7.00 p.m.  1967  Volkswagen 1500  STATION WAGON  $2775  of  Copping Motors Ltd.  Bonk Financing Available  Phone 885-2812 Secheit  ff'*w  "George js 17M-, but dumb for his age,  He' Is v?ry,' strong, wjjth a powerful right  arm which comes from combing his liair in  front of a mirror for bours at a time. He is  a very persuasive talker, having convinced  his mother that the 'U' marks all over his  report card  stand  lor  'Unexcelled/  "At tho dinner table the otlicr evening,  ho said, 'Pass tljo potatoc.��i.�� Hia mother,  said,  'Please  pass  the  potatoes.', George  said, 'I asked first.'    "What   more   would   any   prospective  omplbycr want?  Don't write,  telegraph,'",  MTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE;.:., , ..,���,.���...'.... :SECr��l*r,  Sunday School-���10:00 a.m.  Church Sorvlco ���-11.18 a.m.  -Wodnwilay 7(30 p��ir  ���i(%*ww*iitj*a(iti��  ,    ,     REV. A. WILLIS. PASTOR ���  You are Invited to pttend any or each sorvlco  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying Date  Pad" Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only ond  cannot always carry full details.  ri-hhi--,HHi^*.bM-.u��������^  June .15���1:30 p.m. Legion Hall. S��c|ielt. Public meeting -Sunshine  Coast Senior Citizens Housing Society and General Meeting Branch  96 0APA  June 16*~-From 10 a.m, Wilson Creek Sports Day and Coffee'Party.  junc 17���2 p.m. Welcome Beach Hall. Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary. Strawberry Shortcake Tea and Sale of home baking. _.,,   ,���.  june 19���1-4 p.m. Secret Native HpH. Homemakers bazaar and raffle.  June 20���9 p.m. Ho&pltat Co^age, Secheit. r\r\nuQ\ meeting West  Secheit Waterworks District.  June 21���-7:30 p.m. Sccfalt E^moptory Activity Room^Centennial Service of Thanksgjylnfl. Guest Speaker, Hon. Rev. Philip Qaglardl.  June 22���11 a.m.-U p.m. Hackett Park. Centennial Caravan. Don't  miss it. ' '  June 22���11 a.m.-4 p.m. Secheit Legion Hall. Hospital Auxiliary Annuo)  Luncheon.  DAVIS BAY���Immcdlato potieuion. Co.sy modern  2 bedroom home.  Level semi wotorfront lot, only few pace* from fine beach and ��torM.  $8,500,  Potfn  poyijient $3-000; ea��y  torim, Call  C.   R.  Gathercole,  ,',', 6|h��on�� 086-51785.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Phone 885-2161  Multiple Ll��tlng Sorvlco  Vancouver Real Ettara  Board  AGENCIES LTD.  "*. i��MsSw        li#S  ware  Phono 885*2171 Socholt,  r>0D*tfn  JAY "BEE "USED  ,'   FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Nekt to Ken's Parking  142-tfn  i .i  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)        ���  Sunday School 10)00 a.m,  Church Sorvlco 11.15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSELIS  Wllion Crook Community Hall  ,   Payli Pay Road < ,  Hprry Grqgory-  H. B. GORDON &  ���KENMETT.lJDr  .,***.<���      donUmClAL Ahd residential,  x7x7iXi**kMVM��<>ti* *n* repairs, .plan*  'mi&M *^**^����*JL*(|,,R <V>n1rflctor9-Ltd*��Phono��~JJcchcll,- m!c,> -���- ��� 885*2013  Jl.'aHa    X.U, .ii..,' ..      j>,   li. .7. .il..   ... , . 4  170-2(1  BOATS & ENGINES  mm-im~~*m~~'**~iiiB'B''^<B~ri��i*wt-i,,~,ii**-w*.m.i'r,,��*m. -wi.i.i. .��� ��� urn���-  H* PLYWOOD V bottom bontn  with flW lip Rvlnrwle, flood  condition.  88.V2(>07, 472*28  }.V rmjimh^tm ��nrt plywwd  -. - for ��� cxt ro- Mrcnfilh.- faoo.-Pli*  88fi*77!)3. 388*28  tmAsX'lAX4:' ''''Jr^A-'i''!   <       i   M  :n 'mmMM^mWit l ���*��� ���*.'; *  _ ��   ���* ,<, f   f  f l#   4  a   *   f  f  *   a��   , t  f.  ,   t   I   I   i,   t   -   a-   .���   ���   I  t , i", (   * | (    '    ��   ,   f    *   <   * *   *' ���>   *   ���    ���   ���*���    <    *'   <    ��   *,   i1   *   |*   * l'    *,  a   t  .*  i f  a  ��� Point.-. Fibreglass - Ropo  Canvas - Bogt Hardware  ComprcfiHcd   air   aervlca for  Hkln()lvcrfi , nnd'"firemen, Air  tanks. Sklndlvcrn avallahlo for  flnlvaRo work,  WALT NYGREN SALES  !"'LTD.    ��� V '  Pl4on��-886-9303--���  H8*tfn  <y  SK-Johns United Church  yyijion Creok, B.C.  -��**��--��-��-*rsm^  Dlvlno Worship���'11:15 a.m.  Led b-y- fMlss H.-E/��ampbe||  Except on 2nd Sunday oqch month  Family Sorvlco���-I l.|B a.m.  Dlvlno Service���3j3Q p,m.  Too* hVTldvT\y7MrCQW6roif  **^Wu*,SW(��|W)**a^*Ml.^  ANGLICAN CHURCH  ���      SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  fl',00 a,m, l-vory Sunday  9:30 a,m. Church School  ] 1:00 a.m. 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7s30 p.m. lit ond 3rd Sundays  Sorvlco*'hold regularly In  r^ARDEri B/\Y. REDROOFFS and EGMONT  ^���-^��^YorWowoVlo7rpRSrrfla5.'9793*~^  .���SJ^-**Xi��M**4-'ii*J,.,"t ������"jf'^n'Jl -tts'tlic j-t-*!iT*'^,.J-*'(ffi|, ��WtJ Mit:*��� M.fliv w..l��aji(ju^, >*w*sh**h^| . irtwai* ���*���' ��� '���* ���M'--';  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion St. Hlldo'i  SECHELT VILLAGE  70 ft, wotorfront fdclng Southonto Gulf  of Georgia fronting MacqdamlJ-cd rood;  onp ml la ta now l>roakwator now- Mpo  built at So|ma Park, F.P. *7,5Q0, Call  Dob Kcnnros. 885-?4ol.     .  ,Own.your.own,,bu5lnoss-^F|or|9t.Shop,     Largo turnovor,  Wlra  sorvlco,   $5,000  will handle. For further dotalls, call Pob  Kont, ros, 885-946 UNo, 430), .  Socholt business block, real value, priced  to soil, Good torm��, J, Andorson,  885*2053,  Cowrlo' St... clean  family homo.  ��tw  roams In basement, Lovely treed landscaped  lot. 9nly ��IW00mw tornnn.  Call J, Andorwn, 085*2053.  ���^-*~--w~WESrSECHEUT.--rr----Tr*-.  80 ft, wotorfront lot, Ovor .BOO ft, . Iri  depth. Oyorlaoklno Troll (slopds. Wa^'  connucilon paid, Torms lo Kwlt most on  ,, F.P, $5,500, Call Bob Kant, ros,  005*9461.  -c^r.3,���waKg.fW    ���**���fhO'*Yl��rw" |�� mognlflcont- onthoio lot*  facing South to the Gulf of Gooralp overlooking Trail Islands, Use of launching  on applying to VVdkoflelcl Inn, as o caur-  tosy, Good fining and tiwlmmlng, View  lots Marl nt  $2,450 for  100x190'ft,  Piped  Terms  flommllc water supply available,  /3 down. Call ,Dob Kont, res,  085*9461,  ���)^*��t(����anH-ClJ*r(-fl(M  PENDER HARBOUR  0 acres with 300' waterfront In 2 Mi,  a��^,Go^.lAiyr,(otxo^Wi.CAU.E,.��Su(t<i��tja^��w.*  la'aa^aoa,; '  DARGAIN HARBOUR  300' wotorfront. 5 roomed house on 3  acres.  $20,000 with  torms,  E. Surtees,  085-9303 (No. 413)  WO��DS BAY ' ���  19,8 acres, both (.idos of highway with  almost new' 2 bcdrPom houso and nice  grounds, Or will subdivide to smaller  acreage and houso. Good value, make  nice subdivision (No, 452), Call E, Surtoos, 885-9303.' '  DAVIS BAY  Neat, new  2  bedroom homo,  electric  forced air hoqtlnp, well Insulated, f,pa-  clous kitchen, Flroplnqo In living room,  sun deck, terms on F.P, $13,950, Call   ,  ���.���a,__,���,.Dob-Kontr-TO��,;085.9461,~~-,...-.,,,-  PORPOISE BAY  ,  ]56' .waterfront. 1.30,acres wilh 2 bed-  ' roam   hoUso,   Good   at   $15,000   with  terms. (No, 433) Call E, Surtoos,  885*9303.  .'.". ~" "'"" Z EGMONT "'".' "7'7.T"  Secret \iay, Egmont, 165' waterfront plus  12 rental garages, Fisherman's cabin  , Idoal motel or trailer court site, Only  $11,000 easy terms. J, Anderson,  885*2053 (No, 391),  ' [    HALFMOON BAY  Domestic water supply Is avollablq on s  thl| cholco wntorfropt lor,  facing Into  ���moll cove, lo>�� 1 block from Halfmoon  Boy  Goyi,  Wharf.  Easy  terms on  the  ��.tweU^,4,oa4ot..,p...P��.,4.$.9.0Q,-..to��,��B(:A*.^.  ^����w.���^.Kont,.jos.:085;;9461,_�������������,TO_  (*ft��'*i��*l*idW'ft!il*S*����*  K  *f ^1  I    *    A    I . #    �����  >$��***'*<******  I   *  1   t  i   $   1   *  t r't* U'it It  J.-^   *v   ������*   *��� V  w     rrJJ*fc*-*  ���S    ���*     A *-*  - -*. >��   *-  "71  3 J   *,*���  ,-  a      la  ,-* ,r<  <,*--  /'  ��� * <��� MJ-'I  ..��.irtiii- , r  ii lii)  A <.��**!. AWiM ,'lini ilrtnUMWiiiiifiiifi idr*-***'* *��� �����������������*���'��� ?| ���" ''*���*<"  ilj-Jilill.lltlitf'lila^,  L-,,,1  " ...fti-i-,  ���        ��Wa*     a)"*-  ���-***    r..*"*',..'     w-*f%?        a��wva*t. a��"       y*~ti~ ..-*���-W-y'."-*,-***1 -.��.,-;��,*tf,'"* .>**"*.  **' "'�����������������*  *��&3h*  toURl&��yS'(3.ARDSN & PET  LANDSCAPING ->RUNONG  ���,-  * <&we�� Poilit koad  Gibsons, 6.C. - Dial 886-2919  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  When You-' Need- Building Supplies  DIAMOND W BUILDING SUPPLES     '-;- '���  * ^    ?  ��� Dealers for Westcraft Windows  Benjomin Moore Paints ond all <  , Building Supplies  6pen Fridays fo 9:00 p.m.  885-9704 - Wilson Creek  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner Block  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES & SERVICE  HOT WATER HEATING  BUILDING. & ALTERaATlpNS  Davis Bay Rd.,  R;R.  1, Secheit  Phone 885-2116  ��� ::;1^^8;~:L^s,,..;,;..  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down psvment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  BOAT OWNERS  Consult- Copt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibioni, B.C. ��� 884-9546  R��,4NS(jriANCE CLAIMS  r'  v    < or* t ���  &OAT SALES  PORP0ISE BAY WATER TA)^  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  Phone 8854828  or Radio Mar Dee  *���  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phone Secheit 885-9669  * * * (b V  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"   f  E. J. ColdwreH,,P>rop. -,pW ��t. Sechelr,t fr.t.  Pfcoite 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning'^- Carpets-   ,  Furniture - Rugs  For appointment Phorie 886-9890  TRfe Penirfsufe Titfles      *   Pdg# A-3  Wednesday;, June 14A T967  )  One monlh and  $10Q0 for pdi :  PETER Gerard Trower, 36,, was lirifed  $1,000 arid sentenced to one month in  jail, after being convicted of marijuana  possession A raid by the narcotics divi-  sron RCMP on May 1 resulted in the  charge, which was- heard in magistrate's  court at Secheit on Monday, before Magistrate E. Winch.  Think   small." Big  ideas  upset  nearly  everyone.  Only von can  PREVSHT  FOREST  FIRES!  - - Installing team ���  -Jofe'S Daughters soofi grow up attd Standing, Guide Susan Taylor. Rest* young adults perform4he du- corder Janice, Douglas, Flag,Bearer  tie's of ~m1sMlmg officers witfr su- Phyllis, Hauka, Chaipk&i Heather  perb charntand dignity as,did;���Nar- Geoghegan, Junior Custpdiari Judy  rator Nancy Douglas, Installing Offi- Gathercole and Marshall Pattie  cer Kaihy .Morrison and Sr. .Cifctd- Smith. . , ' *. '  dian * Diana - Lukashuk - (seated).       .,..*..    ,    ��� ���     ^ .    . .  ������  L. & H. SWANS0N LTD.  SepHc Tanks and brain Fields - Boekhoc and  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Read Gravel.  fhone 885-9666 - Box 17* - Seehelt  HARTLES MA^SlY  Fireplaces - Planters-Blockwork  Quality Worki^ansfiip^ Free; Estimates  Phone 886-2586  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Vour OMC Service Centre���� Penihsula.Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Troilers& Hook-up- .Camp'  Sites - Troiler Courf - Launching Rarrip  Phone 88J-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cobirietry for home and office'  ' Kitchen Specialists  R. BlrkM, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  "':':'Gib8bh��!:Villa9e"":'''  Experts at cuts, coiff and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONbAY)  ��� ��� ���    For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' dnd Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phorie 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Seehelt  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Siriger SWirig Machine Dealer  Cowrie St. - Secheit - Ph. 885-9345  JOHN DE KLEER  Buitdinc; Contracting  Sechelf, R.R. 1 Ottth Bay Read  Phone 88S-205O \  TREE SERVICES  JFalling, Topping, Limbing for view.  All work insured.  Full Information  Phone 886-2343  ARNOLD BLOMGREN  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON     ,  Tfr PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.   Res. 886-9P49  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES.- HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713 '-jy  FRANK E. DECKERr OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibson*  . Every Wednesday  .v...,r.r,.,.y,,,:!^  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Doily Freight Service to  Vancouver  Local & Long distance moving  Local pickup and delivery service  ..��� .'..'.���,   Lowbed hduliirig  EATONS  "WHERE TO GO"  TRAVEL SERVICE  AIR-- SEA���'- BUS arid RAIL  .   Phono 886-2232  1   ��� Sunnycrest Shopping Contra ,    ,  May we suggest ours  is a great place to buy  a gift for Dad for his  .   . day Jiine 18th.  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  1556 Marine, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-2442  Greetings  BRINGING greetings front the lated Bethel No. 28 and was plea-  Grand Guardian Council of Bri- santly surprised to receive Mari-  tish Columbia, Past Grand Guard- lyn's delightful favor���a miniature  ian, Winnie Miller, pictured with doll dressed in the robes on Honored  Honored Queen  Marilyn,  congratu- Queen, as a souvenir of her visit.  At Roberts Cr&ek ... "'".  Honoured Queen installed  Bethel 28 Job's Daughters  MASONIC Temple, Roberts Creek wals  a Tracy, Outer Guard Fay Reid, Sr. Custod- ���  peaceful sanctuary from a troubled ian Karen Stanley; Jr. Custodian Nancy  world on Saturday evening when the com- Mueller; Messengers, Elaine" MacKenzie,  forting words of the 23rd Psalm were cho- Glenys MacLeod, Darlene Lawson, Proxy,  sen as the theme for the installation of Jill Cobleigh and Jamis Postlethwaite; Re-  Miss Marilyn Hopkins as Honoured Queen corder Pam David, Treasurer Sharon Law-  of Bethel No, 28, International Order of son and Chaplain Wilma Mandelkau.  Job's Daughters, and her officers. Merit pin was awardeti Pam David and  Before a capacity audience of 175 per- presented  by  previous  merit  pin holder,  sons, retiring Queen and Installing Officer, parn Boyes.  Miss Kathy Morrison conducted with char* .. , ������.,.,.���������,. ,.,���..�� ,.���  ming dignity the Installation of 17 elected       . M^ congratukt^ messages were re*  and appointed officers, Assisting were in. ceivcd *>"<>*>���* the installaUqn. , ,  stalling officers:'Guide, Miss Susan Tny-p       Special guest was Mrs. Winnie Miller,  lor; Marshall, Miss Pattie Smith; Record* Past Grand Guardiaa of the Grand Guard-  er, Miss Janice Douglas;  Chaplain, Mrs, ian  Council  of  British Columhla,  paying  Heather, Geoghegart;   Sr,  Custodian,  Mrs. ��� her first visit to Bethel No, 28 installation  Diana Lukashuk; Jr. Custodian, Miss Judy of Job's  Daughters.  Mrs.  Miller warmly  Gathercole;    Flag   Bearer,   Miss   Phyllis congratulated the installing team and than-  Hauka.   Narrator,   Mrs.   Nancy   Douglas; ked,Honoured Queen Marilyn who prosent-  Wtusician,  Mrs.   E, Freer;   soloists   wore ed the representative from the Grand Guar*  Miss Pam Bbyes;  Miss Nona Venlo and dian Council with, her favor, especially at*  Mr, Gordon Hauka accompanied by pianist tr;active this form, with little, dolls dressed  Mrs, G. Sykes, ' ns j0*j��s Daughters, pet in a silver triangle.  Solemn beauty of tho Installation, was Marilyn's wore the velvet robo, ahd crown  most apparent ;tfhcn  Job's  Daughters In of the Honoured Queen,  tholr simple white robes faced lho East"'"7,'msZjl Robinson prsented Marilyn with  bathed In blue light cast by a seven foot th0 traditional bouquet sent by Mr, C. Rob*'  Cross   llluminnteU   wilh   seventeen   blue jnson who chose mauvo chrysanthemums  lights, ono for each officer, while P��m, and for the newly installed Queen. ���    .  Nona snng tho 23rd frmlm. Follovving tho ceremony tho newly in*  Elected  officers   for   tho   ensuing  six stalled Queen graciously thanks everyone  month term arc: Honoured Quocn Marilyn for their assistance In particular the visit-  'Ittpklns,-.Senior Princess Carol Fornhnor, ors for public support means much to tho  , i u-��� .    ���    ..     .... . '.�����*>**���#*    Junior  Princess Deborah  Dockar;   Guide young girls. Special tribute was payed to  l.A^K rvi^^nini; ay��ii.����^ rY�� D(yyoH , mMfi^ ftJso (0 Uss,mnn��� Florists 'for p>o,  Appolnlciroffleej'!.: Inner Guard Wendy    vidlng the beautiful bouquets of flowers.  W*l'l    I'I  Ml I "II JIIU MM  ���--^������*ji.wi^iif*-***ii*i***uuiiv> ifiiJ-a'*rji'��npv*wif*  f^t*  Jm*   *   *<  *���*>��� ��.  1* -���*  ���rrt*  iV*a  &  *^d  PENINSULA CLEANERS  132V Gowor Pi, Road  886-2200 Gibsons  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY .tolBUC  T��lo|Aon�� Qlbtdrt* 886-M81 - Rof, 884-2131     FOR YtiUtt FAMILY DRY CWANINQ NIKOtJ  CHARLES ENGLISH "LTD; " :  ''"'I, ;  '������ '���"' '"' ,';':i'"1" ,'.T8.'" '  R��l e.tato 8, In.uranco HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  '   - * ? '   fi r^-stft *:  ���*��� '   ��S"��   1,Lt3iSi���,,**'.  ���a.^Av, b*yz /aaJgtf-ai  \A t  Will youir thild  I1        >     '    fl M * ' . ' \  ever csatch the Teacher's eye? ''  Tho B.C. Teachers'- Fcdcrationis ,con- dent of the World .Confederation of Orgarii-  ducting n province-wide campaign to reduce nations  of the  Teaching .Profession  says,,  the size qf classes in B.C. schools in.ordiir about large classos:        ,���'','  better to educate YOUR children.  HEAVY CLEARING OR GRADING  TERMS AVAILABLE  Call Frod Schroedor���805-9690  Socholt, D.G.  SEPTIC TANK PUMPING SERVICE  . Call Anytime . :-  Wo suggest pumping before trouble  develops. Also Sump Pump service.  Phono 886-2848 or 886-2404  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  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Teacher's Federation,  **W#Mw.��i'****^'fr^!*i".i^^ ������''���*     L      *      #���"'-�����        * *<^'���� �� ->      "'*     A  tlM, M    ^-_     u  Here is what Sir*Ronald-Gould,,prcst*;     2235  Butrard Street, Vancouver 9,  B.C  This y<?ar, in,British Columbia there  arc 411 elementary classes, with 40 or more  pupils and 3080 elementary 'classes-with 7>5  or more pupils,      ',  Tor boys and girls to receive thomaxl-  mmn .benefit-'from, pur revised.-.educational���  system ihcir' classes should not bo larger  than 25 to'30 pupils, ;   '  ....n�� H  - ^ utAt ~t~���  ' li'  *'�����  t *  u  4  5^  -     i  This advertisement Is not published or displayed by Hid Liquor Control Board or by thp Government of British Columbia.  i -  %e one beer so good  itk  famous for beer  throughout  worm,  Si  i* t  M  5,  I  ���;rtf  i i  tk-n    ��S   ���   "n     *i  (.  i   *,i     .  ilTTUE BIT RANCH RIDING  STABl.ES  HAY RIDES . , v      '-  Children, Friday Nlghti, 6-7i30 p,m,  IfaultfSofiti&afmmrtrmBiwvM'���  S  Bon ina & Omega  UNSHINE  PDviCF        Saloi, Parts, Service  RtPMRSAMD-SERVia .ON.AJUUMAKES.... 1  "MfirMena H��vlor�� 885*9740  tnii��^B(tniUB^ t*i  ��      I.  -r  kV4,���?yV^4^,^,' K   ���    "I  1  *" -      -  w  K  >  r,  ���I  "Poge A-4 The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, June 14, 1967  I The P^NiNsuui^��e^  EDITORIALS  t "1 may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to jail to say .what I believe to be right.   \  ���John Atkins J  ,a,BB00BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMB0BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB00BBBB0BBB0BBBBBBBBBBBBBB.-  Prepare for fiitmre iiow'"  WHILE council of Gibsons has indicated  a desire to promote a sewer by-law  and certainly not before time, the fact  that anything from half to three quarters  of million dollars will have to be borrowed, does rather explode a recent statement by the village chairman that a  "pay as we go" budget would be the new  policy.  Quite obviously, a "pay as we go"  budget is virtually impossible in a growing community for increasing population,  expanding and new commercial buildings,  very quickly prove too much for existing  facilities with the result that extensive  and usually expensive new utilities are  called for.  Such is the situation in Gibsons, in  fact, considering the main water supply  comes from springs within the village and  surrounded by septic tanks dotted all  over the hill, it would seem the need for  a sewer system is imperitive. Naturally  the water is continually tested and so far  has proved safe for consumption but  with more homes going up with additional  sewage being absorbed into the ground,  eventual pollution is a distinct possibility.  Council was wise in making a move  toward a sewer by-law and it is to be  hoped that when the project finally comes  to Referendum the electorate will use  ture use and it could well be that such  future use. is not too far away either.  Stores are expanding, apartments have  been going in, new commercial buildings  are scheduled and all within a comparatively small area. Further, as much of the  village was at one time swamp land,  drainage is by no ��� means a simple problem. We are fortunate in that there are  no problems regarding water pollution,  at the same /time, there are times that  odours hang heavy, particularly on the  night air.  Serious consideration should be given  at this time for obviously, the longer  things are put off, the greater the cost.  Only too often we hear such statements  as "we could have bough it for a song  a few years ago, now look at the cost".  This is a situation which will certainly  not change. Anything done now will be  at a fraction of what it will cost in five  years, or even two.  We have a prime example with the  water works which, rumour has it, could  have been obtained for $24,000 a few  years ago. Since that time it has provided  handsome returns, is now in need of  renovation and the asking price without  any doubt, far in.excess of $24,000.  The entire Peninsula is on the verge  of tremendous growth and the time to  ���'   ti  ,, i  . ���.  i>  Elphie's after thought fioppening  HELLO! The way things have peen: going  around school these last ^ tew weeks,  nobody's had time to really see ,au that's  happened. Considering it's the 'lasf hionbh  and the last 'week, of, the last month," 'it1*  rather unusual. \       'lA ri,  JEo_geUthmg&_jraHing^etL��^  A��a f K��y can u$   trres^nsibl^  1 ,, t ���**< ���**.**��� �����*    *        .,  "vx&&.\&!^  "* *~f% t        ***** j*-****      **f* ��*-.  the same careful thought and voice ap- plan is now, not when it is too late, and  proval. . while it might be said we have no in-  Council of Secheit has already gone dustry to bring growth, we have many  to considerable expense to obtain a sewer natural attractions which simply require  survey which now lies filed away for fu- cultivation.  Front small ae*erm��  FROM the tiny acorn that was Israel has one which,  unfortunately,  is not prac-  sprung a gigantic,oak tree which has ticed often enough,  surprised the vworld^with its strength and  ability to flourish deibite the overwhelming,  relentless  stranffulation of gigantic  M  odds.  Who was the a^essor in the Middle  East is strictly a^jjujer of speculation,  certainly General^b^^Nasser called the  shots and apart trora'tfte politics of the  One might-well"start-from- the bottom  of the ladder with the local neighbourly  brawl. In almost every case these^arise  due to a simple misunderstanding and if  the two, or more, antagonists took the  trouble to cool down and discuss the  situation logically,, the matter would end  right there. Naturally a drunken brawl is  situation, a greatWea^of sympathy went    another situation and often starts as the  out to the Israeliel^tjr Without interven-    result of too much talking. Nevertheless,  *.! 1 ''"l . .HKfllL      xt'-^l       _���'_'   _        _ _���_'  IT    It'     O     fo/^t    *fllf*it    -nrtotnilT    -tilt-Kit 1 �����*-.*>    b*b4-*-*b+4~1 A���.��  '!.'  tion by larger powffls there was every  .reason to expect conaplete annihilation.  A minute country- completely surrounded by large hostile states with big  brother from the Kremlin making the  usual threats should the western powers  attempt intervention, Israel must surely  have gained fantastic prestige for the way  it took control within' hours, following  commencement of hostilities.  ' However; let us not be swayed by  emotionalism, our Israeli compatriots are  by no means the underdog, rather they  have abundantly proved themselves a  tight knit," intergral group with unlimited  funds behind them.  That they should be surrounded by  so many large countries yet create such  devastation in so short a time, made  obvious the fact they were prepared and,  indeed, had been preparedfor a considerable time. To those who know the Middle  . East, this is no smairiaccpmplishrnent for  although the Arab is obviously-not a military man, hc is a master of the cloak and  dagger, routine and that a powerful war  machine'could be established under his  nose, is quite remarkable,  One thing is certain, once the shouting has' died down) there is every hojic|;,  the smouldering inferno that was the  .Middle East will return to the fascinating,  colourful and relatively peaceful land of  'formerdays;'/;' '������,.'���' ,   -.  1 Most, important aspect is the fact  that a tense situation'existed which could  very easily have,erupted into a world war  the nature of which has never been experienced. This, however, was averted bv>  the rather more intelligent approach of  meeting around a table and it was very  evident that t).c more the major powers  talked the less likely were possibilities of  a world holocaust. An * extremely admirable way of settling differences and  Poet's r��>rmeir  it is a fact that many turbulent situations  arise because someone or other gets the  wrong impression and consequently goes  off in a huff whereas had he taken the  trouble to discuss the matter further  and perhaps seek an explanation, everything would have been''resolved;  It would appear the Middle East situation has proved a point; it is too bad  other warring factions throughout the  world are unable to settle their differences in a like manner.  iitiife  Messages  "Most people arc bothered by those passages  of Scripture they do not understand; but . . .  the passages that bother me are those I do  understand", < ���Mark Twain  WHERE DWELLEST THOU  "Master, where dwcllcst Thou?" two disciples asked Jesus. "Come and sec," said Jesus-  and from |hat day spent' with Him they knew  that He,did'not''.so much, dwell in a house as  in a multitude of quiets strength. True He had  His outbursts of righteous anger but like tho  sea which can be'stormy on the surface yet  underneath arc tiie depths of calm, so Jesus  had that depth of strength and peace rooted in  tho certainty 6f CJb'd,   '  "Where dwelled Ihpu?'1 Some seem to Jive  In air atmosphere of; irritability and unrest.;  while others live in an atmosphere of rest and  quiet arid one is strengthened In their presence.  "Where dwcllcst thou?"1 Do wc live where  Jesus "did, for Hc must hayp dwelt in the  ���'���SECRET PLACE of the MOST HIGH."   -Miss H. fi. Campbell,  St. John'ssUnllcd Church, Wilson Crcck  Reader's Right  . ,. ~'   ,   ��� ,.     ' ���,   ,., ,-.��� _  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature ana  address, although a pen-name may be used for  publication.  Successful day   ,  Editor, The Times  Sir��� I would like to thank those who  assisted us during the recent May Day  in which Lanie was acting retiring May  Queen.  Spepcial thanks to Mr. Bernel Gordon  for the. use of his convertible in the parade .  and to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rennie; Ed was  Lanie's escort for the occasion. Also to  Mark and Tim Rennie, Dale Stephanson  and a special bouquet to Darcy Stephanson  ,whp���was;,such a  I wish also to congratulate the Sunshine Coast Lions Club on a very successful May Day.  Mrs. DOROTHY SCHROEDER  Woi^erfuJ support  Editor, The Times:  Sir���The Pender Harbour, Madeira-  Park and Egmont May Day Committee  wishes to thank all the people who helped  make the 20th May Day such a great success.  As it would be almost impossible to-  thank everyone by name, this expression  of appreciation must suffice.  A word of thanks to the most important  committee of all; Patrick Logue, president; Mrs. Robbin Peters, vice-president;  Mrs. Rev DivaB, secretary;  Mrs.  Marilyn  Harris,', treasurer." ''*'' ''���".'""''"���" 7 ' "'" ''"'   ��� Thank  you  all. '..'"���'  ���PENDER  MAY   DAY  COMMITTEE.  Open letter to Jack Davis  Editor, The Times ...'���;  Sir���Articles ,,such as your Ottawa Diary,  in which you attack the policies of the  New Democratic Party, using such phrases-  as "Two Nation Tommy," are indeed  nauseating to anyone with any knowledge  of the Canadian political scene.  Both Liberal  and Conservative, parties  in Canada, are far to the right of the political spectrum, both serve the corporate  elite.  Neither  Liberals  nor  Conservatives  have  given Canada  any  creative  politics  in the last fifty years, they have merely  served as brokers of ideas-and opportunists. It was Mr. J, W. Pickersg'ill who stated that "McKenzie King genuinely believ*  r&Tand'frequently said that the real secret  of political leadership was more in what  was prevented than- what was accomplish*  ed".  With  negative   statements   like this  coming from a Liberal leader, no wonder  Canada is without a National Identity.  It is my contention that the National  Unity theme Is used by both old lino parties  as a smoke screen, It has been stated that  the real function of the two-party system  since the Laviricr era "has been to pro*  vldo a screen behind which the controlling  business interests pull the strings to man*  ipulato the Punch and Judy who engage  in hibflk combat before the public,"  If tho old line parties would show some  sincere concern about some of Canada's  real social, problems, such ns equal oppor*  tunlty and freo Education,for��nll Canndlfu.fi  then Nntlonal Unity would automatically  follow.  Tlierc is n Ircrncndo'us concentration of  economic  power in  Canada,  these  giant  corporations are .'controlled by less than a  thousand, people land the real control is in  the hands of approximately one hundred  men. Any political party-, that has as its  masters, this'corporate eUtecahhdt serve,  the bijst interests of all Canadians.  There ���ii no polarization berAveih progressive ideas and conservative ideas in  Canada, not even moderately, so consequently dynamic, politics, to ' mobilize the  creative energies of the society, are absent.  The New Democratic Party supplies the  only ray of hope far any. sort ot social  change or reform legislation-and as such  deserves the support of. the Canadian people.  LORNE  SMITH  RR i, Shaw Rd.  Gibsons, B.C.  May 29, Monday. That was the' beginning  of Student Council elections, -and what a  beginning! Monday morning; by 8:00, 'the  halls were covered with posters 'of all  shapes and sizes.  Tuesday, the 30th, was our outdoor  track meet. The weather wasn't the best  I've seen, but they had the meet anyway.  Even though they were rather late at  starting, they seemed to get through all  the events. ,  Wednesday, the last day of May it was  back to the elections again. A mixer was  held in the gym, sponsored by some of the  campaign managers. And1 then on Thursday, June 1, just before noon, all classes  were dismissed, and into the gym they  paraded to hear the long awaited campaign speeches.  This year with 11 people running for  offices, these took .quite awhile. The selection of skits included on the street interviews, herds of goats (actually three or  four, but herds sounds better), an armored  tank, go-go girls, question.and answers, a  stripper, people being thrown in pools,  cheerleaders, gangs of hopds, and leg-eating.  After all the skits were -over, the job  of taking down posters .began, because  anyone with posters up. on Friday would be  disqualified. Friday the voting took place  at noon hour. During afternoon the votes  were counted and next year's council was  announced as follows: Minister of Junior  Social   Affairs,   Debbie   Marsh;    Govern*  ment' Critic, Rita 'Gross; Minister of Seroot  Social -Affairs^ John', Barnes; pVice-President, Rita'Oh^ and President/Steve McCourt. Lots ��riucfc for next -year!  During; all '.the exciiben\ent of the campaigns,, the Grade lis Avere planning the  decorations for the'Grade '12 supper and  Dance, so'attH day ��� Friday- the decorating  committee'was busy-in--the gym. Saturday morning .and, afternoon, found the  decorators kill hard at it.'  Supper-started at. about 6:00 with Job's  Daughters catering��� to it..By 8:00 the din-  nsr had ended.and tables were bein& put  aside, for the dance. - By , 8:30 all was  ready., the band, "St ��� Joseph's. Union"  from Vancouver who* added well to the  decoration^ and made the dance a" complete success... *  All.in all the Grace 12s seemed to have  a good time, and the teachers even commented on the dance, saying that it was  best in a long time.  Thursday, .June 8, was display night at  ���>Ei^g.,'-T^.e'.,pjibli55 .came, -and were entertained with a "Centennial Fashion^ Show,  and -after,people were allowed to wander  around the rooms in which displays had  been set up-taO show what had been done  during the year.    ,    ...   -  ' Friday .at' noon, "there was a student-  teacher baseball game. From what I  heard; therteaehers won ever the students  (junior girls).    - "   ��� ������-������  Well recommendations are; out June 16,  so let's; ail keep our fingers grossed. Lots  of luck oh exams everyone, and have a  great summer. See you next fall.  The  World's   Fair tells  us  everything  will be just wonderful in about 25 years.  Last time we heard that was at a World's  Fair, in 1939.  FOR QUICK RESULTS USE TIMES  ADBRIEFS TO SELL, RENT, BUY, ETC.  Ted Suggests!  V^r.  a^4a  Take a new look at life  from a beautiful '67  Chevelle Station Wagon  Peninsula Motor Prod.  , ..     SECHELT, B.C.  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Firid'out about  (ill tlio Centennial projects and events you con tako!  part In from now until the end of  Centennial Year,' ,  We're lmvinf{ a wonderful, exciting, unforgctlAhlo  year in HK>7, us Canada celebrates the hundredth   ,  anniversary of Confederation,     ' ' ^  <���"  The Cf ntrnnwl Commusion, Otuw��, Cl��n��rM. t  wiii in ii ��m�� i iniiii.i �� niiiiinn i"u.hp'i..i|i ii.l hi    mi ���-  i��� *f.4,   i  **#P  I''   ^     %*      -I    I     *  f" l'   M   t    i    ^   ���   '   M   li #   ��   >    ���   k    M  1  *   ��   #   <7   ******   #*#*#*��* #'" i* ���*. wjt ���' i** #" %*  $   #   ��   ��i ��   i   *   i i.{V,i\%!Uf>S'<.^''L  /      i J  -b  t  -i ?���>  �����   H ait****** -   '"J'��    S 4k* ' A '        'l /,"} * "'��,''���, 3 j * r M .*     ' X ��� J *>**^  -"-rf---|f��*��*��-ri��������-��-i^��-��*-ir-------^^ ���>    ,      >*   / V        -- " "-.a-* I ��,  '.���* * . * *-  "l      a  f{   r     J         .   .-,  .  ���     -*- '���i   S  JA  ',  *   <  ,  h* 'f" ii  '        >    ,~  1    '.  '   SA.  . * '_.i_f la *<i  Iriiyi^i: S0a^#tt  *V  ONJUNB^^W^lIlldit's Church^,Sfphelt/' Olga  Peddie of yictoridJ/Mr., 'and Itafe.  ^:wjth('W-^. Knarry #hk% pfiife^tr Stan, Ross of W?alley,.Mr. -av^ $rs. Art  ing, febvlrley JdatC daughter o$ Up. P.atri-; Johnspn of Aldergroje/, Hty��: ���*���  W-lspn,-  ,cia Jfrari MNfcs��> and< the late A%4 Nes* Murray of Victoria and t Mr. and Mrs. Tom  ^ ��Ha]f.mpon>Bay; exchanged   marriage Peddie of Powell River.; v "    ���-        ,    )  1 vawsr'w|th'^rry" Thoraaj? Silvey, son of       > '      7     , ,      - 7 .-r        ��� j  The'',brid��,v given, in marriage by Mr*  tre'nce Speck, chose a floor-lbngth f���  ^f whit? peau'de soie in. Empire, styt  'a^^i&'iiie!&��g0* main biisinessUeiri  DON'T, forget the sale of home baking and  ' the strawberry shortcake tea at < the Welcome Beach' Hall Saturday, June 17th, 2  p.m.] organized by the Halfmoon Bay Hos-  pital. Auapliary.  SlCtC U^T,  1 Don Hendecsori has returned home from  Lions' Gate Hospital and will be,convalescent at his home for some time. His hand  was badly injured inJa fall while working  in North'Vancouver/Another returned'invalid is Bill Grundy/ following surgery at  St. Paul's. Mr. Grundy expects that a few  weeks nursing will see him back to bis normal weight and complete health. Rob Wilkinson is still in St.  Mary's Hospital fol-  Young expects to  while.  ���by Mory TinMey  -*  "new resident of Welcome Beach is a little  j- sister 1 for JVIary Connor.    .  ~SS BEAVER VISIT  The Halfmoon Bay and Redrooffs Road  Centennial��� Committees have available  pamphlets~enCitIed "A Century of Fashion"  containing pictures * and descriptions of  clothes of the past century. For the convenience of those planning old time cosK  times for the visit of the S.S. Beaver on  July 6th and the Country Fair on July 22,  copies can be borrowed from Mrs. G. Rutherford or Mrs. M. Tinkley  Mr. and Mrs,' Spencer C.*Waatd:; I -*> ,\a'1 -*?J�� :    ",  ���Phcto by Dennis Gray, Secheuj.  St, Hilda's ceremony ... :- i -'��� : -' ';~ 7 \ ���.  Colorful June weddiiig:  unites Wigard-Brackett  long 1r^ip of Phanhlly l^ce bung from her FOrtHCOMJNG Annual Luncheon was th,e iowing surgery and Alf ^  shoulders  and she earned a bouquet of main item of business fa trie June"8th be in Shaughnessy for *a  pink rosebuds.                                  .        >\ meeting   of   Secheit   Hospital   Auxiliary,  "Rose-Colored  gowns,  of  pe^iu de  soie, chaired  by  Mrs.   O.   Moscrip,  President. VISITORS  *  styled like'the 'bride's were worn by her Convener of the luncheon, Mrs. J. Red- Guests last week of Mrs. Lois Edmunds  attendants," the groom's sister. Miss Linda m^ reported, that plans for the June 22 were her mother, Mrs. Norman McGrattan  Silvey>Miss -Pat Sladey ��nd-four-yecr-ow eyent  are  wdl underway. -fiie  luncheon and her sister, Norma of Hudson Bay, Sask.  Rhonda  Doyle. The mother ��� of the  bnae date comcides with tne arrivai 0f the Cen- The Edmunds family drove Mrs. McGrat-  wore an ensemble of green satin backed tennial Carayan in secheit.  In, order  to ten and Norma as far as Penticton for a  swung-withaawfute- accessories. Mr.- Brian accom"mod*ate the many visitors that day,  Jeffries, w^s   best -mrajnd  the^ usto tte lunche0n will be heid from u a.m. to  were Mr. Doug Armstrong and Mr.  Ken 4 ^ m m ^ Legion HaD During tfae latter  Jeffnes. .   '    , i     part of that time, tea and cookies will be  At the reception which followed at Wil-    available  son Creek Hall,- Mr. Tom Peddie was mas-        Mrg  j  parker r      tefl ^ the stove  ler of  ceremomes and the toast >  the for bids AuxiUary, last month,  bride was proposed by Mr. Don w Wise.  Later, when the" couple left for a honeymoon" touring,' the B.C. interior, the brjde  wore a rose-colored dress with matching  coat -and black, accessories. On their* return, "they/will make'their home at Powel**  River. , . - , 1 ^ " _ * " v" .^ ,  - .Among'the guests"attending;the wedding  were the bride's-'grand^parenfcs.^Mrs., Sarah  Wall and'Mr/and.Mrs. A^ess of Aldef-  ,grove;. the . groom!s   grandmother,   Mrs*.  WHITE gladiolus and white chrysanthemums graced the altar of St Hilda's  Anglican Church, Secheit, on Saturday,  June 3 when at 2 p.m. Bonita Lorraine  Brackett and Spencer Cuthbert Wigard  pledged their vows in a double-ring ceremony performed by Rev. R. Barry Jenks  assisted by Rev. Dennis "Harris of Squamish, B.C. /-^S^  The bndevjs^lhe eldest daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Lloyd Brackett of West Secheit  and, the groom is the eldest son of Mr.  and Mr*. Gunnar Wigard of Secheit, B.C.  Given in marriage by her father, the  bride   was   beautiful   in   a    floor-length  . sheath gown of delustered satin; a full  Guipure lace cage in daisy pattern topped  the gown with seed pearls <and short lace  sleeves, flowing back into a long sweeping  tram Her full bouffant veil* of fine illusion net was held in place by <a spray of  daisies and pearls and she carried a cascading bouquet of mauve orchids and lily  '   of the valley. '  " Attending *the bride were' 'Maid of  Honor Miss Janicp^Whitakec, .Miss -Judy  Handford, Miss Susaiine Wigard, the  groom's sister; and Miss Wendy Brackett,  the bride's sister, Their floor-length chiffon gowns were styled on the Empire line  in rainbow hues of yellow, blue, turquoise  and pink and each wore a tulle headpiece  held by a single rose to match the gown.  They carried colonial bouquets of t white  chrysanthemums backed , with tulle and  velvet. Little flower girl Lori Brackett  wore a short pink lace dress with white  flowered hat and carried a miniature  colonial bouquet of white chrysanthemums  and,bumble bees.  Bcslman    was    Mr.    Bill    McDermid,  ushers   were "Mr.   Roy   Walker,   and   the  groom's brothers Mr. Lorne Wigard and  Mr. Roy Wigard. Organist ' Was t Mr.  S. ft K. Redman.  Reception followed in the Legion Hall  where a lovely four-tier wedding cake centred the bride's table. Toast to the bride  was proposed by Mr. Tony Tschaikowsky,  uncle of the bride, Mr. Ben Lang was master of ceremonies.  Servers were: Miss Jackie Spencer and  Miss Heather Espley.  For her daughter's wedding, the  bride's mother chose a sheath dress of  pale yellow lace with matching three-  quarter length coat and white accessories,  her corsage v/as mauve chrysanthemums  offset with pearls. The groom's mother  chose a blue lace two-piece iclress and -  white accessories with a corsage of pink  gladiola florettes.  After spending a honeymoon in northern British ,Columbia,  the  young couple  will reside in their new home at Davis |  Bay. , J'    1  Out-of-town guests included: Mrs. Henry ;  Eddie, Mrs. Ernie Asterblad, Mr. and'  Mrs. 'Alex Jamison, Miss Phyllis Emerson, Mr. Don Ross, Miss Lorraine Moffat  of Vancouver, Mrs. G. A. Bell and Greg  of Nanaimo, Mr. Bert Brackett of Ganges,  B.C., Mr. C. R. Brackett, Port Washington, Mr. John Bell of Galiano Island and  Mrs. Cherry Whitaker of Vancouver.  ,~tv< -.�����   ��, K^iT3-^   V ;J (i>l  ><���-��*���,     ���,Jalt'>^-4.-*-/*-**TJ-1  a'^^f.'^^*' 4>;  >~ xy,i'��\��A *f a-  **>   r��-      a "  * -ste--,' *      fir1 ���"   " "  J- 1"  A. ^r-j  "'"\7"'X>  . >   .-.!?  was won by Mrs. E. Nicholson.  Mrs. A. Williams reported that fourteen  members' of the Auxiliary had attended the  lovely Friendship Tea hosted by Port Mellon Auxiliary last week.  Abetter-was read from the President  of BCHA in which*plans were announced  concerning the October 3, 4 and 5 BCHA  Convention which will be held in Penticton.  Plans "will"be made for a local delegation  by the September meeting.  Mrs. O. Moscrip proudly annquncd that  the Secheit Auxiliary had w��u a first prize  in the National Photo Contest in the class  1-35 bed. hospital. Thanks' were, extended  to photographers Mrs. W. Burtmck and  Mrs. A. Swan.  After a special wind-up tea, the Auxiliary adjourned until September.  reunion with her son Ron and his wife Rita  before continuing the journey back to Saskatchewan-  Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim  Rhoades was their niece, Wendy Milne of  N. Vancouver. Visiting Mrs. Janet Allen  has been Mrs. L. Burrows of West Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie White spent a  week in'Vancouver as the guests of their  son Bob White and visited the Tattoo. A  Steam Says! 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'IIIKMfi.K1!lrn*|Kll^iiiQ ^RSCE9  c 'i"  Cud Building Supplies  'Ml  ?F  Phw�� 8H5t"228l  ..S-schflvB-C..  ���n  M,a^.w��a��#W(a MM rtaawaw��aia��!aa'^m4fea ..<.**>#<  ,    ,     I, .. �� ,��..��    '   p!\i jfvVj-7;  7    . > "������,*���   i" '*- -7 '  P'*<W*jF*rfW   ,**    /��*vV^1f'    tf       *"*"  ���ii  V  ���"il  .":  Page A-tf The Peninsula Times  WednesdaypJune~ 14,~T967  ������ * i " ��� -'-   '  Egmont Eye  ���by John Dunlop  IT IS TO be hoped that the thoughtless  drivers of some 20 or so automobiles  that disembarked from Powell River  Queen at Earl Cove on Sunday, June 4 at  8:15 p.m. will read this item and realize  that -all people who attempt to flag down  a passing ear are not necessarily thumbing <a ride; neither are they all ruffians  with criminal intent, particularly when the  incident takes place in broad daylight on  a long and lonely stretch of highway and  the suppliant is a woman standing beside  an apparently disabled automobile, in fAct  two women, one of them with a small child  in her arms. It could be that help was  urgently needed, as it was in this case.  Mrs. Vi Berntzen of Egmont was rushing her little granddaughter Wendy to St.  Mary's Hospital after the child had suffered painful burns when she had. a evidently pulled a hot electric trypan on to herself: Accompanied by her daughter, Mrs.  Maureen Orchison, Wendy's ��� mother, the  trio were about halfway between Kuby  Lake and the high school when the ��� car's  engine failed due to .a mechanical breakdown. ������!*������.  With a suffering child who needed  prompt medical care oh their hands, and  being a long way from the nearest habitation, the only immediate help would be  from ia passing motorist, and with southbound ferry traffic almost due Vi and  Maureen had no doubt that assistance  would be forthcoming in the form of transportation to the hospital. Unfortunately,  thsy had not thought of man's inhumanity  to man, to put it bluntly and for the bene-  fit of those who passed them by.  Despite their almost frantic efforts to  stop the southbound ferry traffic, about 20  cars went by the stranded women without  a second look and had it, not been for  Jacky Williams, who was returning to  Gibsons from Egmont, it is doubtful if  anyone would have stopped to even ask  what the trouble was. Jacky took them to  Pender Harbour from where the next door  neighbor Doug Armstrong transported the  injured child and adults to St. Mary's re-  , tui^githem  received treatment. .    -      ' ���  Fear is usually given as the reason for  not stopping for individuals on <a roadside.  ���Fear of hold-up -and fear of physical violence are the expressions most in use, and  it is  true that  in  many instances  such  ^fears ^have-been well founded.��;Buti selfishness plays a far, greater, part than feai  ������aver did in refusing to; lend assistance  when occasion arises. We just don't want  to be bothered and, by and large, we are  rapidly developing a callous disregard for  others.  So next time slow down and lake a  second look at anyone who attempts to  flag you down, particularly in uninhabited  areas. It is just possible that your assist-  ���ance may be of vital importance to an  otherwise helpless person.  EGMONT EYEDROPS *  - Cam Hudon, well-known -Jervis Inlet  logging camp operator, spent an uncomfortable 34 hours on inlet waters and w*s  the object of local and air-sea search  operations before turning up in the vicinity  of St. Vincent's Bay on the morning of  March 7. Cam had dropped off a passenger at  O.B.  Logging's  float  about  11:30  p.m. on Monday night and was proceeding  to-his-own camp,- a short distance further -  up the inlet, when his boat's engine conked  out. Unable to get it going, Cam's big outboard runabout drifted down the inlet  around the *big-head' and across the mouth  of Hotham Sound; a distance of approximately 12 miles, before daybreak. Eventually managing to reach shore, Cam spent  the remainder of Tuesday working his  way along the beach-with his boat in tow,  holed up for. the night and ultimately attracted the attention of the St. Vincent's  Bay boom crew on Wednesday morning.  It was late on Tuesday night that word  was received in Egmont that Cam was  missing and a search was immediately  undertaken by Gene and Vi Berntzen in  their water taxi POPANDI, a search that  continued until midnight without result;  as did that of Gilbert McNutt in his  BILLY K who had been searching the inlet area north of Hudon's destination."  Air-Sea Rescue was notified and they  and the RCMP marine patrol were on the  job by daybreak, searching the waters between Egmont and Hudon's Perkett's  Creek camp. Upon being notified by St.  Vincent's Bay that Cam was safe and  sound, the search was called off and our  wandering voyager and his vessel eventually reached their original destination-  with the assistance of the Egmont water  taxi.  Drifting with the tide for a day or so  has happened to disabled Jervis Inlet  commuters in the past, on one occasion  for three days, but this is usually a winter  experience when rescuing vessels are few  and far between. It is most unusual at  other times when the inlet waterways are  weli travelled and, but for the fact that  Cam had drifted out ,of more populated  areas, his plight would have been discovered at a much earlier time.  ��   *   *  Our highly efficient pestmistress (I beat  The Times' printers to the mis-spelling  ���this time), Mrs. Jean Jeffries, is attending the postmasters' convention in Vancouver this week. Knowing all about conventions from past experience, this column  suggests that Jean take another week to.  recuperate Jrom the arduous sessions ? ? ?  Dorothy Silvey, in the meantime, is keeping Her Majesty's Mail moving in her  usual capable manner, up thisaway.  Hospital . authorities should've moved  St. Mary's into Egmont this past week.  �� Would have been much more convenient  for all concerned! Gene and Shirley Sil-  vey's little Valerie, baby Annette of the  Doug Silvey family and Calvin, small son  of Sally and Wally Nelson, were some of  the children requiring treatment, in addition \o another trip down for little Wendy  Orchison; ^strme for a badly cut forehead sustained in a fall from the porch.  Tony Saumier, Bob Lee and Mrs. Pauline  (Ken) Griffith were others who spent, or  are spending a few days in the Secheit institution. And last, just to keep up with  the rest of the Jones's, yours truly was invited down for one of the X-ray department's barium breakfasts.' When one-is a  dyed in the wool 'porridge-bacon-and-eggs-  toast-and-coffee-f or-breakfast-type,' even  barium tastes good by 10 a.m. No intake  from midnight on, up early, plus the long  drive to Secheit without even, a black  morning-coffee isn'-t . exactly my ciip-of-;  tea.    ��� *"      *"������ ' ���*"--""���-"���' "-'. '���  .And these doctors? They say that if  you don't smoke, drink, or run around  with women, you'll live longer.  Actually,  it only seems longer.  *   ���   ��  (   Fishing highlights of the June 4 week-  Prize-winner  THIS polaroid camera shot of hospi-   ih  the   1-35  bed  hospital  category  tal auxiliary work showing recent   photo   contest.   Photographers   are  patient Mrs. Mary Play receiving a    Mrs. Irene Burtniek and Mrs. Rosa  new hair style from Mrs.  Burdett   Swan. -  and Mrs. Lil McCourt, won 1st prize  end (due to mailing deadline for this column being Friday afternoon, and then it  is only possibly" by the co-operation of my  good friend Archie Scott on the school  bus, fishing news around Egmont is always  a week or so late) so back to LAST weekend and the 36-pound spring landed at'  Bathgates' floats by Dick Watson of Vancouver. That was the big one. Not far,  behind was Al Hendren's 30Vfc-pounder,  caught off Ernie Silvey's location on our  north shore. Arnie Shaw, up with some of  the Vancouver Angling & Game ,Club boys  for the weekend on the steam tug MASTER,  had a 21V4-pounder, ih the same locaBty.  Must be that Ernie's herring pond attracts  the lunkersa  If. things are not just 'kopacetic' (well,  you spell it, smarty) around the Abbotsford  Hotel this week, put the blame on Al Hen-  dren. He and hisSO^-pounder, that is. Al.  r  li���**i-.-��a��j-n��ti-�� I |an*W*t*!BfU -"l&Wtf-!  ' !'  i   ii  ����� iii  i   i.  (Hi  .. i, .an��t*a p. ^iai..iataa taa*a>*>  'I  It  , i M  !', '(��  y  uy  SCCHOOL PISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  '        ' ' June 9, 1967,  DEAR PARENT:    ���        "   /  MADEIRA PARK - EGMONT-  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  Wc have been advised by the Coast-Garibaldi Health, Unit that their  visiting dentist, Dr. W. D. Mcdlock will set up a preventive dental clinic in  Madeira Park on or about the 26th of June and will be staying for at least  three weeks, or longer, if the registrations warrant extra time.  ���JThc eligible children are:  those aged 3, 4 and 5 in the Madeira Park and Pender Harbour areas  those in Grades 1, 2 and 3 in the Madeira Park and Pender Harbour area  '   those aged 3, 4 and 5, plus ALL grade school children in EGMONT  SCHOOL.  This is the opportunity for restoration to good dental health and advice  on how to -maintain it.  The clinic is sponsored by your school board and the Coast-Garibaldi  Health Unit. The only charge to parents is $5.00 registration fee per child.  If you wish to take advantage of this opportunity, will you please complete the attached consent form and bring it, with $5.00, on or before, June V  ��2Oth,4967t4Q~th6*princJpaL0^  Office, Box 220, Gibsons, B.C., to arrive no later than June 20th, 1967.  Cheques should be made payable to School District No. 46 (Secheit). No late  registrations can be. accepted. ,       ,    *  Appointments will be arranged and you will be notified, in order that  you can also be present, Please give sufficient notice of, breaking an appointment so that the vacancy can, be, filled. Any adult or other children may make  .private appointments, with the ..dentist,when! he arrives,: ���  , ���     Thank you for your interest In dental disease prevention.  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Y ......   t-.f ��.   ... -    '...at  '''r'Y' ���'** ',A   \'   a i ��� i i i  ilMmly <x >UiA iRrftraUon fee nilaclicd*t$5.00 per ehi d):   tmlTi'm * 7- ''*��rm ^^^MmfmmLumm mm^mBBtm^lillmkmimmM i m i m.. iiii.i,��������� i ���   -' 11 i ' iiiiBMl  h^Apt^\��Ji<Hi'h'tf?'t1ftX'7\A*''<n*'i<   ���m* 1*1  ti*fHM1 Blh&i<Mt*m''\ ti ������'*''' i  I   ','   i'i'  tA   t't'I'lil'.i'Mi,"',,   .    '     .     )     X  ���J. hii.turt 'ui'? ���. i, ;*f.i'. ' ' f i      i. '  1  you see, is executive chef at the downtown  hostelry and was fishing ih "company with  his boss, Jack. Mangles, who just happens  to be manager of the Abbotsford���and who  just kept from being skunked.with a four-'  pound lingcod. However, Jack is a longtime visitor to Egmont and has taken his  share of salmon from local waters, so better luck next time.        .  *'  ��-  Petite,   very pretty,   and  a. real  nice  "girl: That's Shirley .Johns who came  up  from  the  big  city  with  Ken Jeffries "to  spend the weekend "at the home of Ken's  ��� parents, Jim and Jean' Jeffries..   ���  GOOD NEWSipr the $25 Investor  (OR THE $10,000 INVESTOK)  For about $25 you can have an interest in a wide range  of blue chip stocks with excellent growth potential.  ..OS. investment Funds ��� mano9ed    )**  WW SUDE  by   our   professional   management    SELMA PARK,-B.C.  personnel.    I.O.S.     is    the    world's      Yes,  I wish to leom more about your investment fund.   I  understand  there  is  no  largest mutual distributor. Our sales    obligation.  in 1966 exceeded $1 billion. F.,ease send me ���w p"*"**  NAME  .'' f I    \ I   '    , I I  i'i ^'.*     I,   *.   .   1   I. li   -.4   SI A  4 4,*..4.f^  #^a�� ��� .. <#**,#���   *^a*a.f#  ��...��..*   '   *  *   a   a   *   .   .*   i' A * *   a   f,   I   a   .   #  CT^if^^^T-lr;.i\AV!'��f A>'f'* *'���������''��� ��� ��� ���r - ��� '' ���/ �� *�� ���" ��� *���;'��'' ���" -,'' - J'  ��� ���'iii i.','.Al\'tt i - *    i    ,i. i   . ', ,. i   '    , . . i'i',       ,i ��� i  People used to consider themselves  lucky when they ' came . upon ! a!four-leaf  clover. Now they slow down, stare anxious-  ly���sat the sighs, and wonder hov^ m !th^  world to get off the thing.:  The Regent Fund net asset value  per share: ' ��� STREET and No.  Oct. 6, 1960 ������ $3.81  May 18,1967��� $9.10  CITY  PROVINCE  ��fW-^**^**W:t^lMjN^TW***hlWlM^*'��WilS(*^  .llS��***��*��*l**l��S  We've been .paying employment insurance for years by gathering  :$ccdti4o-p1anutrccs>arid.jobs.^o^  ��*>4^i��MtWf^��^^i��^H-|ii-����iiW*< A *����*t-*!B*ii*��-s=��w^^*i^��*^Mrt4*^|a**��^ ���  live PcnUil Clinic and give my cc-nt-cni to such treatment (including if  nescsfMiy, Uie extraction of teeth) as hc may aclyjisc, ,  i .      i  i   i,  ' |   NaturQ^will cvcintually replant ^.logged forest *-*-- but shc'li      i  do it, in her own sweet time. Even then, she won't necessarily seed tho  area with the most desirable species. Wc give her a hand by planting  young seedlings to replace the trees v/c harvest. Sounds easy, but there's %  catch. Trees produce good seed crops only once in every three  to tcnyears. So when a bumper cone crop docs come along* wo     ��� .  gather all wc can for planting in the lean years.,  1966 was if good year for^trcc seeds. When the crop was ripe*  and ready, our forest crews hand-gathered almost four million cones.  From these, more than JB4 million liny seeds were extracted,  cleaned, tested artel cold-stored. As wc need them, theso seeds will bo  VcpiaiiniKsm^  By taking lho initiative Prom nature, wcVc building a forest  tiiat grows more productive each year, Ifl British Columbia, that's  employment insurance forevcryonor*' ���*  ^^*^pa����a^^.flaH^.W*^^*^^"c*Jvfl***,*-H  II II "I�� 'I �����' ���' Il '  n**i'��r*n** f  MacMillan Bloedel Limited  ;,: 11 111 t t t  Vi  /    "  'di'lnn  > t f $ 111 it -t'-i t i �� i ������ )  \~+A'-  * '  ***������.    ; ,^v t.!-'tH"'-l(Mfiwli'"-.t -\'iYi * >.  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'                "Ml                <<  ���                            -                                                      -- --.       -       -   '^p-xll  i-r    r-  ^If-ljVW   -���-   1*^"��--��a"*l>a-��   pv    1��a iflfj|   r,   *i^-a, jtkl^.^ ', * !     p,  J"   X7?}ArJlmfm^        "��v\ >,\ 5  JBJW    r^t,   If],"'* ,i"B* iy�� ,v *j,   sj       '*a-r^ai    ,,  1     /  ^ <, t  rii    ' r f    *- -it* -1  ������'���������-* ���*w��**w,*"*,**����****,*"**��"^*^f��>********>*W��ii^ lM*0im*m*m��*��tm**i0*���t0im*m0m+m0��p^��*^0**  JS^^fRwA'7KAX-^il��<>timr^��f 31,1>67.' ��� *��� .'������ I ���; Poae^l-4 -  k*'?'  Hie  i  Preparation  STUDENTS find that past fashion re-   ing, Karen Louie, Carol Olson and  quired lots of pinning and tuck-   Rita Gross await their turn to model  ing. Barbara Gant completes Nancy   fashions.  Le Warne's coiffure while Janet Lak-  "WAli U .ttWHBt-rt  Afternoon stroll  DRESSED for a leisurely .stroll in N hat and flounced parasol. Her escort  the early days of the century, Paul Corlett found that modern  Alice Potts wears a rich, green vel- fashions for young men are not too  vet' dress with elegant lace cuffs, far removed from the past except  modestly veiled but very fashionable   for boater and cane.    '  ��� ��TiiiM*i>iwwp)   tp t> ji ��� m ���  ip -wj'-m**.! ww n^jymi  Featuring Friday, June 16th  From the Press Club, Vancouver  THE BASIL HUNTER TRIO  For a pleasant evening and popular music  Phone 883-2377 for reservation  w%/3iV ��� - ,,  ,v-.-v"-<?. ��&*,f8s*tt*'Y ' ���"�� "'* !  *   * "   J"" ~*  * J      , I \Sv? * ������ -'-**    J**  P.'Jfc     m   *��� *  i * j? -' * j v  t      *l       "  *      &  ��      f �� '   *i\  \ ��    '*vl  \ *-   ���  --*   ��i  ���_- kl-  I"   ���  i    f    x h -.        * i  - -��  ��i ��ii i m in i    -[WVrf-. ���* ���  *     ^ .     1*     ��.      '  ji ��    * '   * *  T��  *t  V,*'! *    ���* + '  *:   ���^���^vr8*'^  "4��a4'  (Cover Charge)  Smorgasbord Saturday Evening 6:00 p.m. - J 1:00 p.m.  &HSKOK09K��!3^^  DISCONTINUED  PAINT SELL OUT  *^C��&i  ~i*'wiu.'*tt*U!Sft  I ���!....11 n��..n*i-.-*..ili ��� .a*,  i i   it'T    ..... ���,,*;. .Sim ii.rti.li �������� i i     mil J *--���**- aa*.a. **���-�����. ���**-..<  Pioneer-dl;e$s ,  LOTS of hard work and investigation  lay behind Elphinstone students  Centennial Fashion Show ahd two  young ladies, Angella Willis and BeV  $zabo step into the past escorted by  Seaforth Highland cadets Wayne  Skinner and Rick Wray.  Also a complete stock of ,  Brushes - Rollers - Sandpaper etc.  YOUR SHERWIN WILLIAMS  SUPER-KEM PAINT DEALER  ULA PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  r B ���  A great day to discoverhowliitle long distance costs  /,'��� \' Modern trend  GRADE   12, Home  Economics  stu- The Fashion Show which featured a  dents    Ruby   Stroshein,    Connie background of projected color slides  Warn, Bonnie Thorburn, Lorna Sned- to match the mood of the dress, was  don  and  Wendy   Inglis  model  the directed   by   Miss   N.   Lewis   with  beautiful   dresses   and   suits   made Robyn Norris as commentator,  during their last year at Elphinstone.'  EXTRA VALUE  EV1NRUBE  5        EXCITING NEW VALUE IN THE  ANGLER 5  No fancy frills on this oncf This five was designed to  give you dependable power at the lowest possible  pflcol Perfect for small fishing skiffs, dories, canoos  or for rental boats! It's llghtwolght (only A3 lbs,)1, has  full corrosion protection, sports a weedle^s prop and  foatures 360" steering plus a full 2 year warranty!  A new 50;) gas/oil mix saves you V% on oil, tool  a-"  Long  laces  LACING-up nor' high-boots to complete World War I nurses' outfit,  Elphinstone student Loslic Goulding  is thankful that fashions change.  On this special day the voices of loved ones, perhaps from hundreds  of miles away, have a special place in our hearts. Memories are'  sharpened, experiences recaptured. It is a day when togetherness  means so much and~as always with B:C. TEL-costs so little;  c-or-fia  ������T f  BANK'-R-ATt  1WANC1NG  inui u...i-. \m tt-unji i x mmmupip  HIHilHiiiniitiMhiiHii'thnhiY  5 h.p. Anglers "%  ���riow-at-20%-Off��  ���^���||4  H'^MpM- Mi V -���*N?!*.��*!i't**': MM m ��i��J-^W-*^-��:fel"��^^**-a'.*-gi���^  While Jnoy Last  iH\il.l.l>|il'iiil|ii  ADEIRA MARI  C'-'N  wmm  MADEIRA PARK; P.C  "'*" "i��i*��^**y;r-f---CT  IPHONE 8B3-226&  Friday, June 16  h***w-����rm-��*^[^ii*i-4��-!i^-^^  W Wk l''^fl"^L4^r^-^r^'���!!'^�����,:  ��..��.��,-.,���,��>��-,������������,., m J 00..- paltli  $15.00 A GAME  Chance for $300.00  .   Fre�� Card for Father*  SECHELT NATIVE HALL  Now a studont sbn or dnuohtor nwny nt collaao con nljford a  lono distance call homo (especially If they call "collect''!).  Lono dlstAtico Mtos aro flmona tho vory fow irernii 6? porsAnal  expondlturoB which, ovor tho yonrs, havo lajjQdd far bohlnd  thflflonoraUlfio In othor living costs, In fact, many lonrjdi5t��nc��  calls Actually cost low In dollars and conts today than 10 yonrn  and, Moreover, after 6 pm and all day Sunday th^y aro ch��apAr  -by about <>n��.f If thr��--~*-��---^  enjoy "tho noxt^ost thlno to being thoro," Hero, for otfamplo.  aro a fow current charnos;  '   VANCOUVER-PRINCE GEORGE .TT!T.01J3Q  NEW WESTMINSTER-CAtGARY,., ^ $1,60  VICTdRlA-TORONTO..... i,,,.,,,,,,,, ,t^S  .(Ev6n(ng,*t%Uon4o.8t*t.on caUvilrtt 3 t*nlr>utta>���- -*  Ctwckth��T��teaYOwra��lf In your telephone book ordiat^b'V^  ���nd a��H th�� operator, You'll bo surprised how little It costs to J ��ver to*pa�� Una Di&tancp for all IVa worth, ������  tomsH cocumk uuMm company  jy ftUMliJUCTftownninajPMAPHONii��ANawmiNa and auum \tn\n�� ovrr aoo oxmn communication aid* ��onmooiriuSomu WS tvimi.  IOtl-4RIV. THLO  ><,  4        \  ���f '  i  V  i    CL  lat  x  ^.y  V  ���    ��� m  ���.*h4^^*^^^*��--i-^|tew    ��r  "/ft .ca _ :_  I'  U.A  ., , ,.    ... . ... .,..        7),   .... ,  ,,.   ..    ,\    . ...  .     .  / I  vPoge B*2 *        The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 14, 1967  Spring Fever   >          _  ���by Chuck Jones  ODE   TO  THE   SUNSHINE   COAST  Now yo'u say that I'm a phoney  Because I write so much baloney.  Meat like this cannot be bought,  Bscause 'it's only fobd for thought.  You also may have heard a rumor  That I've a weird sense of humor.   the truth of this may ne'er be knowecn   *  Until you've read my silly ode.  Gome visit' oh the Sunshine Coast,  Where ffle fishing is -the most.  It is a land of pleasant scenes.  Hippies in their old blue jeans?  Catch a ferry at Horseshoe Bay,  You may only have to wait a day.  The ferry trip is worth the buck,  It costs  three  more  you  bring. a  truck.  A cafe on board to'get your jaw full.  Those plastic cups are really awful.  Get in the queue to get your food.  Where the heck's that coffee brewed?  ���It's approximately  an hour's trip  And then you reach the Langdale slip  After this they've named a Queen  Bennett's navy, makes the scene.  "Seclielt Queen" is the other  boat,  Hov�� do ifchey make it stay afloat''  It barely can survive the trip,  Please give us another "ship. .  Right here I should propose a  toast  To the place known as "Sunshine Coast."  So dis-embark in the land of sun.  Go out and have all kinds of fun  That awful smell comes from the right.  Port Smelon is de-stanked by night  It also is distinct by day, ���  Tum left and go the other way.  Gibsons is.the first small town  Stop and do it up real brown  Most houses overlook the ocean  Retire here? Second tiie motion.  The fishing's good for miles around.  The waters  with chinook abound.  So  wet  your  line  and  not your   whistle  There's good advice in this epistle.  The new golf course in Roberts Creek f  Appears slightly tongue in cheek.  If they should ever get it done  You'll have a chance to "hole-in-dhe."  Wilson Creek and Davis Bay,  Lots of places there to stay.  Motels there ^xe in great profusion  In which to stay? Egad, confusion!  Here 'we have the only beach  That's within my children's reach.  Here they learn the art of swimmin'  While I am looking at the women.  Over the hill to Selma Park,  They've set up radar in the dark.  Put your, foot upon the brake,  My kids' liv^s may Be at stake.  If you. should accidentally swerve,  You may end up on the reserve.  The Native Sons  make this  their  heme,  And ihence they get into my poem.  You could detour to Porpoise Bay,  Get out and get your "four-a-day."  Don't let your vessel run amuck,  You may go down the Skookumchuck.  In Secheit you -may > get supplied,  A certain [store to' get pie-eyed.  Food, or "clothing, ��� or some pills,  A place to pay my Hydro bills.  >      .-,*'<      'i  Cafes ;to eat in if your famished.  The art of cooking, has it vanished?  Also bowl,, or play some pool,  Or" take,your kids to Sunday ScHool.  We'll pass the Wakefield just this once,  Ray will .surely call me "'dunce."  If I- should quaff another brew,  My spouse1 will make the air turn blue.  A tew more miles on your way  You get /to place named Halfmoon Bay.  Ambulance service and wine and dine   ���  They should go -together fine.  If ,'tis possible to cast a spell,  Upon this road they've -done it well.  The bends and twists are getting worse,  Maybe no spell,  but surely cursed.  Bends are something, for a diver,     (  Not to plague an auto driver.  If there Is fifty feet that's straight,  I haven't been on it to date.  Secret Cove and Silver Sands ,  Sound like names of pirate lands     ���       '  Pnsh^he gas,- advance the .spark,- r  You'll soon he at Madeira Park.  Seven_Jsl.es0i$ no metropolis  Bul seeing it's owned by" Stan Demopolus,  ���I must mention this happy Grecian  Before this poem reaches completion.--  Oh a^f-slr trip or a bender,  The most consistent spot is���Pender.  Some people think I've lost my reason,  When1 fish.������it, \Vihter season.  Pender iakbs in many places1.  To namej&sm all \ye ihayen^Lspaces.  Carinas tHei-ie .are.'Sy,. &isz dozen  You can rent a Soft there;: ctfitsin.  This is the place to launch a boat>  Or tie up to a float , ., ,-  And while you're lazing, getting tanned  You can have your salmon canned.  The-road goes further like a snake,  Past Sakinaw and Ruby Lake.  Off the highway to the right,  Four miles in is Egmdiit's -Site.  This really is a s'pot sublime,  To desecrate  it  would "be   crime.  DonM throw your garbage out the car  A litter box is' better far.  You may not like my wit,  But if it made you think a bit.  I have done what I set out to,  I couldn't get along without you.  And now here comes the Powell River dory  . But that is yet dnother stdry  We'll end this thing without a pun.  "Successful fishing, everyone."  Hpfcpal jluxiUaries  annual friendship tea  MEMBERS from St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliaries' journeyed to Port Mellon on  Tuesday, June 6 where they were guests  of Port Mellon Auxiliary for the. annual  Friendship Tea.  Mrs. E. Sherman introduced the head  table :guests; these being the chairmen of  the various Auxiliaries, and special speaker  for the afternoon, Mrs. Manning, Director  of Volunteer Wbrkers for Lion's Gate Hospital in .North Vancouver.  Dainty and delicious refreshments were  served to? approximately fifty guests. Entertainment for the afternoon was a fash  ion-show, all dresses and outfits were from  - Helen's Fashion - Shop - in Gibsons ��� Models  were-Mrs. P^aulette Smith, Msr. Eleanor  Wolverton, Mrs. Pearl Hume, Mrs. Fran  Me Deatoii, Miss Karen Johnson, and Miss  Nancy NOleard. Commentator was Mrs  Marjorie Christiansen.  All outfits were chosen with a trip to  Expo '67 in mind, and whatever activity  one might indulge in, from tennis to lounging or shopping, dancing or sightseeing  there was just the nghf ensemble for every  mood.  Centrepiece on the head table was from  Lissiman's and a very attracive stage dec  oration was made by Mrs. Gladys Booth  The weatherman co-operated by providing  a warm sunny day and a very enjoyable  afternoon was had  by  everyone.  Canada Pension Plan  Powell River office  JACK DAVIS, MP for Coast-Capilano, announced last week that a Canada Pen-  . sion Plan Local Office is to be established  on a, part-time, basis in Powell River  to  i provide more convenient service to residents "of the area. - '  The office will be located in the Canada  Manpower  Centre,  Federal  Building.  The  Powell River local office will be open on  .Wednesday   of   each   week   and   will   be  staffed by CPP personnel froni the Van-  i couver District office. At other times dur-  ���-"���ff1***-*---***-*--^"^  &&*&��'  L y ���(.*  f^lf^4\y w;  ,  ��^&M^i ____ x ^  Bi&m+mmAmmhmmBm  >     i  _-���-_.    ^,       _  ���*->*--  i -*���* y  11   f  tfll>     l{       'I       Hi.   'Ml*11   '  y ! y  Ai  if.  <x  Ship ahoy  EXCITEMENT mounts as the naval   ren from Secheit schools around the  harbor craft approaches ,the 36Q-   sleek v%$i$l, producing them to a  foot destroyer Mackenzie and offi-   world *ctf highly mechanized naval  cers  prepare   to   escort  110* child-   competence.^  I  3 - *!* 7 J    h  -n   ~7y*  ' V     '*lS     ii  \  ftenumcfi p&   ....  * eXfv\ > *. *a'-Aiy��**.M*a  proudest ^Fjftfertitto ,  with a cor<�� *M tells Wm  ��age   in a  humorous or  sentimental way.       ,  1 ,     V.   */  ���-���     'A   '  And kihim^  ^ji'hwm a Itfrge,  ^seilcfiah of aim  m titidio chom  1 ikm-toke tirne  out arid*browse.  t, ���-  V  f  I '  KRUSE DRUG STORES LTD  GIBSONS - SUNNYCREST PLAZA _ SECHELT -  ,tou  *mut'&?"'���  *0- ka*-(, aJ��V  �����w*-*m. VfaT** Xj  a-AjT; r^***    ^���^^-*-.-r^SkAi^i'*-->-^*Ww*W  *��t--*��HJK��-  ���JjjT i^Ta��*tv-��4t>i-W'*V  J*** tw,   ^���/������ji *f)L  ***    -"'���    fH y^1  This adv*rtis��menl is no! pubhsiieicr displayed by frc lit;u-- Cwt'wt BowJbr^ tti'CtM*rmtot^8i-aJA Ct^rtiU  tws popular  l"  - \  Special attention  COMMANDER  Glen M.  de Rosen-   Secheit   Indian   Village   who   were  roll, commanding officer of HMCS   particularly  thrilled  by  their  visit  Mackenzie chats with children from    aboard the vessel.  It  *     *A��*f-*iC +?1*     ���*  No problem  ing the week, application forms for bene-   WrIEN HMCS Mackenzie arrived in   geniiity of the fctew Who quickly im-  b-.l     J -.---    ..A._,., .._,_._, ...... ^ Secheit boarding the vessel ap-   pVbvisefl gang planks, lid* childi-len  peared to be a problem but thanks    were soon on their way to adven-  to the generosity of Mr. Art James,    ture.  owner of the Secheit wharf and m-  fits and other material related to the panada Pension Plan will be obtainable from  personnel of the Canada 'Manpower Centre.  Mr. Davis notel that Powell River is  one of 29 centres in which facilities of  Canada Manpower Centres are (o be used  to make pension plan services more conveniently 'available to the public. With 60  local offices already operating on a part-  lime basis in premises of the Unemployment Insurance Commission, and 37 district offices established on,a full-time basis, services of tho Canada Pension Plan  arc now available in a total of 126 communities.  Ono of Uie 37 CPP district offices is  already located in tho area at Vancouver.  The Vancouver District office is open five  days a week. , ,.  j >  T\\\i\W(,  'WfMmmmnmmfjmm&mMMMiMJnmBim^  IJ 1  Vt i'  11 \  %\  {.^.fi.'M**. hU*Mh -t-fcU/i  *4**t  Iff   I  4 WiiJili-f^ftfWuijf'-'^tBjes''  ��� **f ji #M ���sf$'iw*t!^*s���^-*fe���*,  i'i' . 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Handsome,permanent prost slacks, color**  fill sport shirts, matching robo bhd py)ama sets, smair looking jewelry, gilts  "for summer spoH��, evenings bW ol^jtfst plain rolaxTnti. i% >yhy \falt? tnobife  Hie right gift for Dad, now.  ��[0^-^^l!*��(tfi!I#��-J-!��BW��*Wi*^  y*0000000*000000W000l,00'000mM000000000000000>  ***Ci  Cowrie Street  SECtlELT  PhbVto 005-9330  <-*i*****r*%��^iww*i|i***fl��Jj��*M-***''�� W  W*��i*aja-*t��f#ttl��H i����.ii-Ml-.Kpto  ,\��\i  r \  a.   I  \i.W .���   \ Iii i    ������*���*>*�����.*   t   *, * ���**'|(,",", **  *' *  ���  '*   '  4  1   '   i   ��   '   >   *   '    ���   ' t   .   t   .   i ......  a �����.��� i   ..'<<���,���"���'!   < '    i    !    '   .    '    i I     i,   ,    I .1   i   ,   I    ..,...:<-<   a   ���    .    >    ;.,,,. .   , ��� , |. , . ,     i j  ��> i��.-.-��*.  . r i  \ \-3T5S%^^  ->    w  ���p   -**������"���'       l*v  ,^���^.^ w^Jt BPW Club  inililtttlltiittSHI',v  Kaye^ White,/pupUcity   -Mt any^kid who's just brottght, home ..a'      |?  ;  ..-vw  '   m   ���     ' ��i bad' report 'card.      ?w     * <   ,    '/       H  ���5-j i       ��  -*, men.-, iwmtju fn��* ��,4ver -BusiMsl^WSmeli's ���-' nils J  ft^eei*;lbkl'06roD>r,   <'   H J ��^>-/v ,,4'/t4,^   ^j^  l" V'^j^AWswghrijie etaBdo^Aot ntefet" again ** ^-3  A -Httle, learning As" a, dangerous^ thing.  -/ i?  11 >  getting distance with your  the rod or line may fee,* too"  lures being used.The fishing  tiding eithei a lighter line  SCHOOL DISTklCT. No. 46 (SECHEtt)  REGISTRATION FOR GRADE ONE  AND KINDERGARTEN  All children who will reach the agejof si&bn'tir before December 31,  1967 should be Registered for Gra.de One at nearest elementary school.  Registration will be held at all elementary schools On  MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1967  No school registration may-be made, without proof bf~rage By means Of  either a birth certificate or a baptismal certificate. ,  I  Mi  A )  \4 -  1.1  i.   *  Pupils presently in kindergarten should be registered for^Grade, One.  *Ih those cases where a registratibn form has been"kettt hbme with ���tfte kindergarten pupil, and has already been returned to the school, it is not necessary  for the child to be registered again on June 19th.       ' t  Children who will reach the age of five by December 31, J967shbUld  * have been registered for kindergarten at Gibsons, Secheit, or JVfadeira Park  Elementary Schools. If they have hot''already been re%istered7!ihisrnay"ber  done on Friday, June 23rd, 1967.  ���j.  �����     ^V*-      */ ,*   v,^.  tmabmmtBmutmriMamam&ka  Ha  1*1  If  i  A     f  I 1  u  i  n  it  j!  I  Refreshments  I WITH A complement of 210 men and juice and a, candy bar, bringing the  j' 18 officers, .sJHp's. galley had no tour to a liappy conclusion.- -~'Gan  $ problem satisfying"' lip hungry Do" is the ship's motto and the child-  3 youngsters with liberal helpings of ren lcnbw that nothing could be more  ��   hot   dogs,    icfed   cake,   ice-cream,    appropriate. ������  <**).*�� 1,11 *Hft'*.i<*-'*"* \ i��V *" *       * ^  For Illustrated Brochure  Fill In attached Form*and mail  "togetlW VvitH 50c  Sunshine Coast Cedar Homes  g Bin 626 - Gibioni, B.C.  S Ertclosed  50c,���- Plcaso   mail   Illustratedp  5 catalogue of  Sunshine Cedar  Momes Co, 1  wATt!HI^G thfeir ha^jpy. young char-- taarider ,G. M. de RQseiuroll and  ges dUsa^&r' dowtt the gang-' .Petty Officers MarSh, Bosthee and  plank, Sisters Anna Gerard .and iRobson for the courtesy and kind-  Mary Vincent of Secheit Residential ness extended during afternoon tour  School, iMpresir appre^atidh ffi Com-t of Hiyt<?S Mackenzie,  ��* 1  ft!'  ti -  r  }   I  il l*  )    H  \f00if0B000B00��000000000i'M'0000000000000000i  mi^^ywty&^r^&kteliiftmiti't  Il'lili i      I    I il :  mKE THIS OPPtJRf UNITY  4*il j**li*i^i*    "*  Vi wto ��* W1*S *W*. 8H��*Uw   ^ W j^i-M-w-BBt'iiJ.-w*    *���.-  HriHfaw  *����, *rf��    J^a**** ui     -BiWik #*teU**M *i��    ifl#     by  li    M     II  I ll  To extend a sincere word of thanfes to our friend?  and'CUSfomers "'for ?he gretff sMpporf which made  ' .'   ' '        .'''������ ���������'     ' ���" ��� ���' ��� ���'���    '��� ki.':;J.;:'H-'!"' ���    ���    . ���    ������'.���  ��� ���  possible the success of our business for fifteen  years - If ftas been our great jpjfeqsuire serving you.  i'    - -. ��� ' ���   i �� s t ��� ,i        ,    . .  a       L  ' "\:7'--77'     V��rit and Ann Richfer  NUJVP ^��S��*'" it��*s^sfSaWaitc��iS- u-  1'��,!--*���-^F*��BJ,*l^l-^*J����l��r���' *��  -,      ,j  "aa:(iwii-y^isi#?*-;,(iSi",w*'i-^^H^.-.  a    BiiiStl^'llrtil-frsSSMi'lfwW  jA^,-^.^**.,  The Confederation Caravan  is on its way!  V  It's bringing hundreds of things for you ' "  to sec... touch... hear... feel.  The Caravan is bringing Canada's story to you,  Arid it's really exciting!  Everyone in town is going to come/  A lot of people you know will be taking part  in the Centennial displays and celebrations  that will be staged at the Caravan site.  When the Confederation Caravan comes,  don't miss out on any of the fun I  i * i  *  ��a.S,  U *  I*. '  If '   *  'll.     '       ,  Il      '       ^     ���  i   s  f  V  I* I  91 '  i V  II' \ 1  11  - I"  ,'i '.-  ')  MiUmit      t<#?M J*W��-iHi#itB^-fl<i** *��*i*Wa,fi. W��.i��a-�� Wi *n*a  ��f 4<*i�� ms W****"*1*!"-**!*     * Wi  1   tJ��4  ��  t***ti    HMk %  fl <o��  toWSj'.'fM-J   aMU 1"     *vf��l ft*   i��    H\  ��W  i# 'ii -**<���   ��*   W* !��� ift    f^fhBf��te*-*-J^ O, &% at**   M ��i  \ '    ' ���  '' .       '��� ' ".  i   We will be pleased to continue wfrfo service to dWr'*US  i 'j. '' '���" "'" '"*��� g ' ' '!""  |   Poitiers.^   By arrangement** to b^ announced later.  ���''������"���  ''  ������    ���   ' -'    ������.������������������������ -���������'���    ���,���������������    ������    ������'���������   -      '��� '      '   .        '' ���������;.  ::'       ������'        -       ,-'"  ���'���������  t^##>-*#l-r��#<��#a��a��i��a��War###<rJ*###'###  l��a-<   W-aaUtW ft  Ja l��  aW   M- th ��   WJitfttUjS-A'U 0��H*t-lA(4!*t*W+ WD  *,^ 4<A ^ l^i*  ItJ   *f  ^'f  '  )i -i  IC-l  O      \^V^a*.AjlXal,XiSlL  LvJ   yv.HJ.4  June 22 - Hackett Park!  ���^RoRflf'Presented by tho Ccntennfftl Commission  YiMMMr mty btoufiht to you with tho co-opcration of your  Ilk Provincial Centennial Committee and youi* Comraunity,  i,'  ��� V  pa ai.����-atJ j��i  rj f.  * I'M <  W***(*ff'  *4 4^6 -S-i*  Ji'lJ il  in  I imi^wwISSh  ...        ' ''1,1��  fin  4/aHlj,,  *.-* Mint-^ar-*-!iw*>^^^ **<  hi  *.*        *��,      *la      (*       * * -W    '  "*��v    i|*kS*fu*,*��P    f% * -      c.t_. .  -Ma  -      ��     ^ J. .-.  Iff ^   m  .,Ci.':.l;  Ui  'r    tl     Mi I  ,'U  1   ���      >T  -**->-.-���   ���"���       n    v ���-.  (**VtA*-/  **��*  < w  -*������  i"   <  Page B-4  The Peninsula Time*       Wednesday, June 14, 1967  Pendef High-Light:  JUNE 16 will be the last day of regular  /school. On the 19th the students who  were not recommended will return to  write exams. Exams will be completed on  the 2ist and the students heed only to  return to receive their reports on the 29th  the last day of school. The lucky students  who -are going to Expo will write their  exams early to enable them to leave on  ���the 19th of June.  On June 7 there was a meeting in the  high school library to which the Expo  students <and their parents were invited.  Mr. and Mrs. Yablonslci and Mr. and Mrs.  Richardson, chaperones for the Elphinstone  Expo group, spoke to those present���the  topic of course . . . Expo.  The aforementioned couples answered  questions put forth by the parents and  student's, to the best of their ability, giving the arrival and departure times of the  train.and the general intinerary.  I read with interest a column by Doyle  Klyne, feature writer for the Star Weekly.  In her column she mentions getting a letter from a man whose hobby is collecting  words that are spelled the same but pronounced differently and have different  meanings. Some of them were read, buffet,  wound, defect, affiliate and rebel. Doyle  Klyne, aided with a dictionary, was unable to find more than his total Of 47 so  thinks that perhaps his hobby is finished.  I tried and so far have 21 and ���I-am still  trying. Those of you who like words should  try it. It's fun.  Speaking of words did you know where  the word "posh" came from? British Colonial administrators riding by river steamer  up the Irriwady and other Eastern rivers  :  ���-by Donna Vaughan  would choose cabins on the shady side of  the ship. This shady side, was the port  side leaving and the '.starboard side coming back. Hence the initials for port out,  starboard home or posh.  For the girls who wear make-up did you  know that mascara was originally' an "Arabic word meaning buffoon.!. ���  ���-    *  Caboose is from a Middle Dutch word  kaban huis meaning cabin house. Booze  comes from another Dutch word buizeri���to  drink.  - The substance amber gris comes from  the French amber gris which means grey  amber.  Since the Middle East crisis is in the  news now, I wondered what the students  thought and what side' if any they had  taken. Their stand was almost exclusively  pro-Israel.  Some of the views expressed were:  '���Israel has  been  pushed  around enough.  The people deserve a home country;  they had it before so why shouldn't they  have it now?"  "A country can only take so much pushing  around."  "Israel, from what I've heard. They've  been chased around by everyone so they  have to have a place to settle."        '  "Israel, they've got a right to be there."  "They've always wanted to be free."  "They've been kicked around and hated  by a lot of countries and now Egypt is  trying to drive them out of Israel."  "Israel, they've fought for it and won  it so they should have it."  Another  view was that in Canada  we  only hear the Israeli side and never hear  the   Arab   views.   This   person  said   that  since Israel had been out of existence for  ��-"���*�����    *-*��� v k V*    ���,      ��    -*������ Mf*   *-*I ��*   i *�� ���* l ���* In.       t - <"  Art painting classes,  ^yp;p0piiiaf^ubject  AI>Ul!iT> Education,orj Night School' clas-  i ses in*fhis'3fstrict< seem to-follow an" up'  and SoW'trend over the years, but? painting classes 'have always ' been, the1 most  popular) arid jiave kept going even in lean  years1, wheta enthusiasm for almost- everything else falls through., , '".v"  \ Mrs; HJJay Wells xof ^Roberts Creek has  been-the instructor^ ajt Gibsons for the past  5-6 years and. quite a .number of those at-  ���tending. her classes have been regulars for  the "same number of "years. Mrs. Wells has  'had*various shows of her paintings in Van-  * couver, at the B.C. gallery and the Danish  Gallery.'7 V-Y / ,.    ���  - Some'of the paintings, done ^by, Mrs.  Wells class* during Hhe past winter season  will be displayed at'the Arts Council Gallery . Shop- in*- Secheit for the next two  weeks, June 15, 16/17, and June 22, 23 24.  Represented will be work by Molly Almond, Mavis Christmas, Kit Ewart, Len-  ore Inglis, Dorothy Johnson, May Longton,  Flo McSavaney, Pegr Marshall, Jessie Potter,  Helen  Rutherford, ' Verna  Schneider,  ���;, Trudy ; Singleton.Gatesr    Verna    Turner,  Mary Wiekluijd.'and'Do Wortman.  ,The tightest''Canadian wood is cedar.  TOPS OF the Salmon Ladder at  Uncle Mick's Shoe Store, Secheit,  12-year-old . Ida ��� Henderson of Port  Mellon is just as thrilled with her  hew pair of Hush Puppies which  Uncle Mick gives  each month for  the largest Salmon caught on the  Sunshine Coast, as she was when she  caught her 35 lb. salmon on Mother's  Day. Ida is the-daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Fred D. Henderson.  THE* CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF .  GIBSONS LANDING  ��� , *  TENDER FOR TRUCK  ���  Tenders plainly marked "Tender for Truck" will be received  by the undersigned up to 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 28th, 1967,  for a 1947 three quarter ton truck, 6 cylinder, 4 speed transmission, having 17 inch wheels. This truck'is in use by the Gibsons  Volunteer Fire Deportment. Appointments may be made to view the  truck at a mutually convenient time by phoning the Village Office  886-2543.   ,  The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted by  the Council. The successful bidder will be required to pay the 5%  Provincial Tax. Licence and registration is not included.  ���so long and the Arabs had held it until recently ;they should have it.  Sdmeohe'.^e/broiiJtht up the point that  if the Indians suddenly/decided they wanted Canada because they, were here first  we wouldn't. likej|/very. much.   . . .  Buddy Klein, another of our grads plans  to be - a biologist. He intends to attend  UBC to take the required courses.  Barry Fenn will attend technical school  in Vancouver. He intends to be an electrician.  June 8th, 1967  Gibsons, B.C.  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Municipal Clerk  &5  \^wv<BmB^mBSBBiBBBBfBiB>mBBmmmBfmmBimmmB0fBmt,  forSUNNYCREST  ^'BfttROT^  THE STORES APJD  t  OlJtSIDElFOi^^y  Ig^rOUR SHO!!PINO  '.. ,l00im.t,BBBIB,f,B0B,mBBIBlBmB^BIBBl0��m��m,  Our popular monthly  Family Allowance Draw  Now gives you a better chance to  win. We give 3 prizes each month  Orae $30 and Two  Draws  Winners announced monthly.  ST MONTHS WINNERS  MRS. G. SMITH _  MRS. O. HINCKS  MRS;M. GIRARD  J$10.00  $10.00  THIS MONTH IT COULD BE YOU  -K����A*����*Wt-*A*HW>'  -I'   ���.'.*:,���  iViiKe!^^ ydurl wiring here we  ' tin  **����**,itet-tFti t-^i  r}*"eiW**ii��Mi*.w>��-(ri��M 1$S 'Mti  ir\ Diagram and plan your job. ,  i     ���      ��� , ' , ' i  ���;���   :.���!���; ���������   '.  - ...-������ ��� v   .,   .���'. '.,���.,..>'       . '        '. * '     .  AprfLayout service Idcoiion.y  ';''���'��� ' '   '     ���'' '',      '���''il'.' '        * ' ' . '    ���  ���fc Diagram switching arrangements.  ^r j Lend necessary tools.  ,,',   ',   ���������,������'������'      ' ''  i<rAdvi^w  "k Check over work before Inspection*  ,- " ' i      ������",���''��� ������'��� ������  j$ Take back unused materials.  m>mcs>M  SUffiMEl  ��MOBS  ���*ll��t 4.I-4,.-. 1Wtrt.,,f4*f. **   -  *       L. ' * * 1  ,14   j[��l  ���"'������IJ  McPhedran Electric Ltd,  -l*l**Jsl.H***lf !.�������*��*,���������"*--*..�����*,'  SUNNYCREST PLAIA, GIBSONS  Phono 886-9689  i  i ������  atwaa.a*aatfawfafta-i tty "afliaaaartaaajanwa. **|l ���*"(*  *****��**********��w����**-****" ��� i��ii��n-i��m.i ��!���������������������� i�� i .m i  ;.... i   WU'IIW-WIIHIII I II  III Illlllllllllllllllll  ����������~��w-����-��->  ���.;'   '���!. ������l:i   O'.:,.  SUPERVALU  AUSTRALIAN FOOD SALE  i*>M*6f^.��i*^iWlU*iWwi��^^^  '*)  .-,'A/Y  'ij>.  Australian - Austral  (Halves Sliced), 14 ox. tins  Ardomo (Halves or Sliced)  ^��>i*l*P j Vw(    ft III���   n*wB-��rt**ww,..,-*,.t��ta��rt-,BWrt���*-"*"*3.*'1,.  II lirC  Australian,  6 ox, tins  ....,.���.  Nabob Australian- Slicod-Crushcd  or Tidbits, 14 ox, tins ���......������.,���......,  u>  *. ' -.^railr*!*^^*..^^^ I'&yiimm a*.*wa*  Bm ^* ^^M. 4". miln #.... ^ w..,  a.^,n. ^ -*1 **��?>* i ]  |^a^y.a4^a" *to.  '.'       . Is I 1  ���   '��       '    ,   * I  *!, ,' ,**f *, '*''* ,  , ' 7 ��� ''if' .,* ' ��   ',  k> 'iv l ^ i",'!''/i   t 'i�� '   i-  iunnycresi  Motors t  Tho Sorvlco Station  vAlh everything for  .^     jer T ixtny a-   -^"-pjtis,   a^    a^Uaf.* ��'.it~^   Jut^Jjaa  h��  k ittfimttt^Tit  m  !��.'*f-*i,*4'  flif^Wotoifst"  McPHEDRAN  tLcClRtv lTu��  , Pahoiie  *Ki^*��*--*.*m **  �� t(*fVi*M*. ***������*���'���� ��*"W.ifljti?-*W<i  I 'wHBk*HMS-N^rt!*'M��iiM^t1rt*S!��i,WI'��f(  SUPERVALU  Savo mom  ��� ���>!>*������������*-*#(*��* * *���*>*    ftKH *��v-"**  *>'*1W��*^-%t*t'**^*W-��.#4L*��tVf4  mmBSankht  Yalcncia  ''���',!' ' " . '     ,    i i  We hove a large selection of sport, vvorfc  and dress shoes. Remember Dad's Day June 18.  POMS SHOE STORg  Sunnycrcit Sliopplng Centre :     \ fhonft 886-26^4  Chuck Steal  Juicy and full of  Guaranteed Tender,  flaYor, Ideal for  w00k"qnd      JO*  a.barb����Hfi......lbi..,..ft^.~.-.  Kruse Drugs  On'th�� Sunnycrest  Plaj?0 for your  , Shcjppinfl Plcoiuro  ��.��  ��'"��'j   in -��.����.A.JV. .*��(.'< ��������>  ijmmmmmmmk  7,     , ���.''.���    ,"H ...  |i'li��IWIl^HI II   pill    III   M(>Hi!-^t**S9a)*-W��'i  D.G. DOUGLAS  Variety, end  Points  "Anything You  ., .{Want; We; Hovn'L  B -|WilttMj*%��p-M-~-(-M  *l��l*J((4l|-i*Jl#H ���l^��nw��lll|l��l>*la��rjj-1  Charles English  Umltcd  Real Eotfjto  �����fid insur<ance  If. >-Mltr����1��fltf<"��B*Wi*M  Don's Shoe Store  A Complete Line  of Shoe�� for  tlie/EtitIre Family  lodd'rDrygoods  Children ^iid  Infants Wear  Ladles' Sporta  %-ear  41 h' r|if��'w ^Mw#iA#*  i'-fH***'*'  aa�� alf   *, .a*  l^l^���#H��*��*���*��**��^l**'*'���***"*'�����'''^,''* * ��'"��w**-"*��''��-",'����;>'*-��*'^'.��'������irf  a.*A.��*i.jA.(SaV*'' *"'* ** *'*   *  *  *** "������>��<,"4.*>II.MUlM.<��1|    IK,IM*'<    ���    <!���"   f   ft'.  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